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No, you're not seeing things. There's 
a very real third person in that picture of 
the editor and business manager. He's 
the Hatter himself, the honest-to-good- 
ness Spirit of Stetson! Where did he 
come from? We're not absolutely sure, 
but one afternoon when we were up to 
our ears in general confusion, someone 
saw him sitting on our list of misspelled 
names. From then on he was with us. 
All we had to do to make him appear 
wos drink three cokes spiked with 
Hadacol. 

Seriously though, the little fellow's had 
quite a year. He yelled himself hoarse 
at all the games, promenaded to the 
Pazzunt's parodies (on music) in his new 
ROTC uniform, and, as always, budgeted 
his pennies and counted his quality 
points trying to make both stretch a little 
bit farther. He greeted you on the cover 
and he's here now to be your guide 
through the '51 HATTER. We hope you 
enjoy what he has to show you as much 
as we enjoyed putting it together. 



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THE HATTER, GLORIA, AND KEN 
He agreed to become visible for Doty's camera. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



administration 




colleges 

athletics 

greeks 

organizations 

and 

activities 

ads 'n autographs 



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LONG A PART OF THE 
SPIRIT OF STETSON 




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DEDICATE 
THE 



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Harry S. Winters, professor of history and political science, completed 
his 24th consecutive year on the faculty of Stetson University on May 31, 
1951. The son of the Dean of Women at Stetson from 1888 to 1892, he 
attended DeLand Academy and was the first man graduate of the University, 
receiving his degree in 1896. After doing graduate work at the University 
of Chicago, Peabody College, and Vanderbilt University, he joined the faculty 
at Stetson in 1927. 

Mrs. Winters is the former Mabel Allen, one of the first thirteen students 
enrolled in the academy which later became Stetson University. 

Professor and Mrs. Winters spend their summers at the Baptist Assembly 
at Ridgecrest, North Carolina. They have a keen interest in the religious 
activities of the campus, having given their former home to the University 
for use as a student religious center. 

Professor and Mrs. Winters ore part of Stetson Their influence has 
been felt through the years in making our University the school of which we 
are so proud today. To them we dedicate the 1951 HATTER. 



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Through the pages of the 1951 Hatter, I send greetings to all Stetson men and women everywhere. 
To those of you in the student body who have been working and playing together in 1951, these pages 
will mean much. For all who love Stetson, the record of your achievements as here pictured will revive 
pleasant memories and stir deep emotions. 

As another college year comes to a close, men in uniform are seen marching on our campus again 
in training for military service. Once again, each of us senses the importance of discovering the part 
we must play in a new phase of an old struggle. 

Stetson University has served the nation well in the three prior wars during its history. Stetson men 
and women are doing their duty in 1951. 



Sincerely, 



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February 9, 1951 



President 



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ADMINISTRATION 




The newly appointed Dean of the University is 
from California. He was chairman of the division 
of social sciences at Stockton College. Since 1937, 
Dr. Hopkins has taught in two outstanding prepara- 
tory schools, three theological seminaries, and sev- 
eral colleges The Dean's chief hobby is his family, 
but he also enjoys color photography, hiking, and 
music. 



DR. C. HOWARD HOPKINS 

Dean of the University 



MISS ETTER McTEER TURNER 

Dean of Women 



DR. BENSON W. DAVIS 

Dean of Men 







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MISS BARBARA ROWE 

Registrar 




THOMAS A. WHITENER 

Director ot Admissions 



DR. GEORGE W. HOOD 

Director of Guidance 



WILLIAM H. McCAMMON, JR. 

Director of Religious Activities 






A. LEON APP 

Auditor 



CHARLES H. FRANKLIN 

Business Manager 



J. BLANFORD TAYLOR 

Director of News Bureau 





CARL H. JOHNSON 

Director of Men's Dormitories 




FOUNDERS' WEEK 

The whole campus joined in activities to 
recognize our founders and express our grati- 
tude to them. The Women's Council honored 
the special guests and wives of trustees at a 
tea (1). The Invocation Service on Sunday 
afternoon (2), honorary degrees were con- 
ferred on Miss Helen DeLand, G. Henry 
Stetson (3). 



RELIGIOUS FOCUS WEEK 

Maximum Christianity Applied 

A week that was dedicated to "Maximum Christianity — Applied," when 
such outstanding men as Bob Denny, Dr. George Schweitzer, Bob Norman, 
Jackie Robinson, and Fred Smith along with nine other outstanding leaders 
and pastors made Christianity something practical and workable for a 
college student. Bull sessions, chapel programs, class room visits, and 
evening services filled the busy week. 



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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 



Fellow Students: 

This past year we, your Student Body officers, have tried to serve you 
to the best of our ability. We sincerely hope that we have given you the 
active type of Student Government that you desired. 

On behalf of the other officers and myself, I would like to say that it 
has not only been an honor to serve you, but it has been an extreme 
pleasure. 

FRED H. HOPE 
President Student Body 



FRED HOPE 

President 



RUTH MARY DICKSON 

Vice-President 



JACK GRIFFITH 

Social Vice-Pres 



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VIRGINIA LEE CULBRETH 

Secretary 



JOHN HODGES 

Treasurer 








EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Fred Hope, Chairman, Ruth Mary Dickson, Jack Griffith, Johnny Hodges, Virginio 

Lee Culbreth, Horry Hurst, Neil Nelson, J. T. Owens, Julian Clark. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES 

. . . vital to the functioning of the Student Goyernment Organization 



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Lourier Beord Ken Berry Ernie Carlton Mary June Norwood Wayne Oeffler 



HARRY HURST 

Publicity Chairman 

JIM SCULLY 

Chairman, Student Book 
Exchange 

LAURIER BEARD 

Chairman, Constitutional 
Revision Committee 




JACK GRIFFITH 

Chairman, Student Body 




KEN BERRY 

Chairman, Student 
Library Committee 




NOT PICTURED: Jack Karl, Margaret Portin 



HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Chairman, Ronnie Spencer; Bill Birnboum, Wayne 
Oeffler, Pat Roberts, Mary June Norwood, Ken Berry, Bjarne Anderson. 



HATTER HOLIDAY COMMITTEE: Jack Griffith, Chairman; Ken Berry, Jock 
Kern, Bill Scranton 





CLASS OFFICERS 



SENIOR CLASS 

President BILL BIRNBAUM 

Vice-President JUNE COSSIN 

Secretary MARY JUNE NORWOOD 

Treasurer JOHNNY BISHOP 



JUNIOR CLASS 

President BILL BYROM 

Vice-President BETTY FLIPPO 

Secretary GLORIA KLINE 

Treasurer JIM SCULLY 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

President LEE AYERS 

Vice-President JOAN MACE 

Secretary CAROLYN BALTZER 

Treasurer HARRY HONSBERGER 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

President MICKEY WALKER 

Vice-President ADRIAN ROGERS 

Secretary PHYLLIS JONES 

Treasurer JOHN THOMPSON 








EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



JUNE COSSIN President 

VIRGINIA L. CULBRETH Vice-President 

RUTH M. DICKSON Stetson Hall President 

BETTY LAND Chaudoin Holl President 



SANDRA SKEEN . . 
BETTY J. BAILEY 
LAURA JEAN MAXCY 
BARBARA CROSS 



. . Secretary-Treasurer 
. . . Sergeant-at-Arms 
Represen to tive-ot- Large 
Represen tot ive-at Large 



WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




CHAUDOIN HALL COUNCIL 

BETTY LAND President 

MARILYN PURVIS Vice-President 

JOAN MAY Secretary 

GLORIA KLINE Sergeant-at-Arms 

MERRILEE MIDDLETON Social Chairman 

DEE KRAUSE Reprcsentative-at-Lorge 

JUDY WALKER Representative-at-Large 

PANSY GIBSON Representative-at-Large 

BETTY GROVER Representative-at-Large 

MARILYN JOHNSON Representotive-ot-Large 

BETTY ZANE RAFFIELD Representative-at-Large 



STETSON HALL COUNCIL 

RUTH MARY DICKSON President 

BETTY JEAN SMITH Vice-President 

BETTY FLIPPO Secretary 

JANE JACKSON Sergeant-at-Arms 

MARY DELONEY Social Chairman 

BRYAN McGEE Representative-at-Lorge 

PAT MERRITT Representative-at-Large 

MARILYN NELSON Representative-at-Large 





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MEN'S COUNCIL 

FRED HOPE Chairman 

Harry Hurst Wayne Oeffler Ken Hansen Neil Nelson Julian Clark 



Roger Dancz 



STUDENT BODY BAND 



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LIFE CYCLE 

of the 
ERESHMAN 



Faculty advising may 

Be quite an ordeal, 
But this bunch of problems 

Has "Freshman' 'appeal. 

The purpose of registering 
I've concluded of late, 

Is to teach you your name 
And to write the right date. 

Advisors are marvelous; 

They help you galore. 
You can't get into mischief 

They weren't in before. 

A word from the dean, 
(No men are allowed) 

Is holding attention 
Of this lovely crowd. 

All meet the president 
And chat for a while. 

It's a grand chance to flash 
Your "Pepsodent" smile. 

The tables are turned, 

No women are seen. 
It's confidential 

With men and their dean 

The grand talent show 

Had to end at last. 
Who had more fun. 

The audience or cast? 

Who's the expert? 

I don't know who won. 
It's all part of rushing 

And oodles of fun! 

Nope, they're not angels 

(No wings or halo) 
They're the feature attraction 

Of the Rat-Week Show. 

Here's o fellowship party 

And leader so able. 
(I wonder who's hiding 

Under that table?) 

So was the life of o freshman! 

They came bouncing through. 
And will be Stetson's sopho- 
mores 

In '52. 

Jeanne Goilbreath 





Dr. McEniry received his 
A.B. degree from Birmingham 
Southern College and his M.A. 
and Ph.D. from Vonderbilt 
University. He has been Pro- 
fessor of English at Stetson 
since 1940. 







CHAIRMAN OF THE GRADUATE COUNCIL 
William Hugh McEniry, Jr. 



GRADUATE STUDENTS 




Williain Anderson 
Dorothy Boland 
Gordon Carlson 



Fronklin Carter 

•"•>J»f' Alice McLean 

Robert Mitchell 



Raymond Moeller 



Lloyd Olsen 



Peter Perrault 



Wilburn Rivenbork 



Walter Stallings 



POST-GRADUATES 




Joseph R. Elliot 



James T. Stevenson 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 




Betty Jean Giles 



Ricordo Fernandez 



EDWARD C. FURLONG 
Director of the School of Business Administration 

Mr. Furlong has been director of the busi- 
ness school since 1946. While at Stetson as 
a student, he was a member of the debate 
team end Ye Mystic Krewe and received let- 
ters in football, basketball, track, and wres- 
tling. 




THE SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



President 

Vice-President LAURA JEAN MAXCY Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

NEIL NELSON Secretary BRYAN McGEE 



JOHN BISHOP 





rewster 
Mickle 



Cable 
Patterson 



THE FACULTY 



WILLIAM BREWSTER 

Instructor in Business Administration, 1947; A.B. Harvard U.; LL.B. 
John B. Stetson U. 

PAUL FULLER 

Associate Professor of Secretariol Science and Business Administra- 
tion, 1949; B.S. Hartwick College; M.Ed. U. of Buffalo. 

CHARLES E. IRONSIDE 

Professor of Economics, 1949; MA Aberdeen U., Scotland; Ph.D 
Columbia U. 

WILLIAM MICKLE 

Professor of Accountancy, 1906; B.S,, MA,, John B. Stetson U. 

FRANK M. PHILLIPS 

Visiting Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, 1947; B.D. Newton 
College; M.D. Iowa State Normal School; A.B. Iowa State Teacher's 
College; MA. State University of Iowa; Ph.D. George Washington U. 

THOMAS WHITENER 

Assistant Professor of Business, 1948; B.S. University of Georgia; 
M.S. University of North Corolino. 



DR. RAY CABLE 

Professor of Economics; A.B., B. S. U. of Missouri; M.A. U. of 
Chicago; Ph.D. Columbia; Student N. Y. School for Social Research. 

LOUISE HOLLENBECK 

Instructor in Secretarial Science, 1949; B.S. Memphis State College; 
MS, University of Tennessee 

ARTHUR LEAVITT 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration, 1948; M.E. Cornell U. 

MAXINE PATTERSON 

Assistant Professor of Secretorial Science, 1948; B.S. Mary Washing- 
ton College of U. of Virginia. 

DR. LEO SPURRIER 

Professor of Accounting, 1944; A.B,, M,A. U. of Kansas; PhD, U, 
of Chicago. 

SAMUEL WILCOX 

Associate Professor of Economics, 1948; A.B. U, of Richmond; MA. 
U. of Virginia. 



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ROBERT DEAN ALTEMUS Indiano, Penn. 

Lambda Chi Alpho- 

JOHN FRANCIS APPLEBY Orlondo 

JOHN T. BISHOP Vero Beach 

Sigmo Nu, Treasurer; Sigma Alpho Chi, Vice-President; IF C 
Representotive. 

GEORGE F. BLACK DeLand 

Sigma Alpha Chi; Commerce Club. 

JAMES R. BRANCH Palm Beach 

Delta Sigma Phi; Business Club; Press Club; Hatter Staff; 
Commerce Club. 

QUITMAN BROWN Nocotee 

Sigma Nu. 

WILLIAM B CARSON, JR Beresford 

Lambda Chi Alpha; B.S.U. 

JIMMIE A. COGGIN Doytona Beach 

JAMES H. DOWNING Hahira, Ga. 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-President. 

JOHN FOREMAN Jacksonville 

Delta Sigma Phi; Office Editor; Historian; Freshman Advisor. 

JOSEPH F. FRUSCELLA DeLand 

Sigma Alpha Chi. 

GABRIEL GEORGE Daytona Beach 

Delta Sigma Phi. 

VIRGINIA GERRETSON DeLand 

Transfer from Florida State University; Alpha Xi Delta; Glee Club. 

WILLIAM HARTLEY DeLand 

LEONARD GEORGE HARDY AHanta, Ga. 

Sigma Nu. 

CLIFFORD HAYES DeLand 

LUCILLE HILL Panama City 

Phi Mu; Future Teachers of America; Press Club; 1950 Hatter 
Staff. 

ROBERT C. JENKS DeLand 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; I.R.C.; Sigma Alpha Chi; Commerce Club; 
Camera Club. 

MARILYN JOHNSON Fort Pierce 

Alpha Dexioma, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer; Y.W.A ; 
B.S.U. 

JAMES T. LANE, JR Cumberland, Md. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Theta Alpha Phi; Little Theatre; 1950 Hatter 
Staff. 



ROGER LARSON Fort Pierce 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Comptroller; Business Club, President; Sigma 

Alpha Chi, President; Commerce Club; International Relations 

Club, President; Freshmon Advisor. 

WILLIAM I. McCLATCHEY Belle Glade 

Sigma Nu, Treasurer; Sigma Alpha Chi, Vice-President 

CHARLES B. McCLELLAND Waycross, Ga. 

Pi Kappa Phi, Archon, Secretary. 

ROBERT T. MALCOLM Ormond Beach 

Pi Kappa Phi; Sigma Alpha Chi 

ROBERT E. MAUK DeLand 

Little Theotre; Hatter Staff, Associate Editor; Quarterly Staff. 

JESSE W. MILLER Daytona Beach 

Delta Sigma Phi; Sigma Alpha Chi. 

ARTHUR N. MORRIS, JR Monderin 

Phi Kappa Phi. 

NEIL NELSON Pensacola 

Pi Kappa Phi; Glee Club; Business Club; S Club; Football Team. 

EDWARD NEWTON Astatula 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Sigma Alpha Chi; B.S.U.; Glee Club; Fresh- 
man Advisor. 

MAX I. OSSINSKY Daytona Beach 

CHARLES PATTERSON Miami 

Pi Kappa Phi. 

ALFRED SCHILLIN San Antonio, Tex. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Chi 

FRED L. SEELY Daytono Beach 

EMERY S. SIMS, JR Winter Park 

Sigma Alpha Chi. 

C. G. SPENCER Birminghom, Alo. 

Conterbury Club, President. 

WALTER STREET Pitman, N. J. 

Delta Sigma Phi; Stetson-N. J. Club; Little Theatre; Delta Sigma 
Pi; Newman Club; Fencing Club. 

THOMAS TAUNTON Miami 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-President 

LEONARD WIDENER Bainbridge, Go. 

Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa Kappa Psi 

WALTER KENNETH WIGGS West Polm Beach 

Delta Sigma Phi; Business Club, 




Bishop 
Branch 
Brown 



Carlson 
Carson 
Davis 




BUSINESS 



Downing 

Foreman 

Fruscella 

Grant 

Hardy 







Jenks 

Johnson 

Lane 

McClatchey 

McClelland 



Miller 

Morris 

Nelson 

Patterson 

Rape 




Redmond 

Roberts 

Sims 

Streit 

Widener 







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Aberts 




Altemus 


Anderson, B. 


Anderson, J. 


Applebee 


Ashabroner 


Beard 




Black 


Bowers 


Broddock 


Brunney 


Carlton, E. 


Carlton, 


G. 


Carman 


Cavarnos 


Coggin 


Dance 


Deans 


Ferrell 




Foy 


George 


Gerretson 


Gray 


Griffith 


Hart 




Hartley 


Hayes 


Haygood 


Hughes 


Jackson 



NORMAN D. ALBERTS, JR. DeLand; ROBERT ALTEMUS . 

Indiana, Pa. . . . BJARNE B. ANDERSON, JR. . - . Daytona 
Beach; JAMES A. ANDERSON Miami; JOHN FRANCIS AP- 

PLEBEE . . Orlando; PHILIP ASHABRANER Orlando, LAU- 

RIER BEARD . Sanford; GEORGE BLACK . . DeLand; NELL 
BOWERS . Lake Placid; JENNIE FAY BRADDOCK . Jackson- 

ville; DOROTHY BRUNNEY . . St Augustine; GEORGE CARLTON 
. . .Valparaiso; JOYCE CARMEN. . .Ashland, Ky.; BASILIA 
CAVANOS . . . High Point, N. C; JIMMIE ALAN COGGIN 



Daytona Beach; KENNETH ROGER DANCE ... Ft. Lauderdale; 
CARRE E. FERRELL . . . Palatka; DARIS H. FOY . . Jackson- 
ville; NICHOLAS GEORGE Daytona Beach; VIRGINIA GAR- 
RETSON DeLand; FRANCES D. GRAY . DeLand; JACK 
GRIFFITH Ft Lauderdale; DORIS HART . Sebring; WIL- 
LIAM J. HARTLEY, JR. WILLIAM CLIFFORD HAYES . . . 
Deland; ERVIN EUGENE HAYGOOD Lakeland; CLARENCE 
HUGHES Daytona Beach; JANE JACKSON. 



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Neisler 
Stiling 
Wiggs 



Phillips 
Torbert 
Wilson 



ANTHONY F. KOVACS Bethlehem, Po ; WAYNE LAMB 

Macon, Go ; SAMMY LUPFER . . . Kissimmee; EDWARD B. Mc- 
CLAREN . . Daytona Beach; VAUGHN McCLELLAND . Mor- 

gan, Go ; ROBERT MAUK Ocola; DANIEL NEISLER . . 

Ocala; BARBARA PHILLIPS Mf Tabor, N J ; GEORGE LOUIS 



SCHIERHORN DeLond; CLARENCE SPENCER, Birminghom, 

Ala.; SCHALAH STEPHENS Umafilla; MATTHEW F. STILING 

. . . Williamsville, N, Y.; MARCIA TARBERT . . . Coral Gables; 
KATHY TILLIS . Tampo; JOE W. WEBER . . . Palotka; GEORGE 
WHITE Mt Dora. 



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Allen 


Bissell 


Botts 


Brannen 


Brumley 


Buzzell 


Calvin 


Choncey 


Clements 


Constantine 


Dunn 


Elliott 


Falen 


Favero 


Flowers 


George 


Gibson 


Gordon 


Green 


Grimsley 


Haile 


Hall 


Hansen 


Harper 


Hatfield 



JANE BARTON ALLEN . . Richmond, Va ; ROBERT S. BISSELL 
. . Decatur, Go ; NITA BOTTS . DeLand; CAROLINE MARY 
BRANNEN Statesboro, Go , MAXINE BUZZELL Stock 

holm, Me.; DONALD CALVIN . . - Caldwell, N. J.; KENNETH 
CHANCEY . . . Holly Hill, ANNE CLEMENTS . . . Atlanta, Go ; 
LAMBERT CONSTANTINE . . . Jefferson, Ala ; CHARLES F. DUNN 
, . . Doytono Beach; JOE ELLIOTT . . . Doytono Beach; WILLIAM 
E. FALEN . . DeLand; JIM EDWARD FAVERO DeLand; 



WILLIAM BENJAMIN FLOWERS Beresford; GABRIEL GEORGE, 

Doytono Beoch; THOMAS H. GIBSON . . . Coral Gables; 
ROBERT GORDON . Asheville, N C ; FRANCIS GREEN . . 
Atlantic Beach; HELEN GRIMSLEY ... St. Petersburg; JOHN 
HAILE . . . Holly Hill; DAN W. HALL . . . Lake Placid; ROY 
HANSEN National Gardens; WILLIAM LEE HARPER . . 

Eustis; EDWARD HATFIELD . . . Orlando 



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Monroe 
Seymour 
Weinacker 



THEODORE C. HEISIG . . White Plains, N Y ; ERA REED KERR 

- , DeLand; BETTY JO LESTER . . . Neptune Beach; CARROLL 

E. LEWIS Citro; ROBERT M. MARKS Ft Lauderdale; 

LAURA JEAN MAXCY Frostproof; MERRILEE MIDDLETON 

. . . Miami Beach; ANTHONY C. MONKIEWICZ . . . Lynnfield, 
Moss.; MERILYN BERGEN MONROE . , . Roslyn Heights, N. Y.; 



ELSIE PRIEST . Anthony; JOSEPH RAFFAELE West New 

York, N J ; HARRY C. RUTLEDGE Trenton; ALFRED SAPPIA 

. . . Cliffside Park, N. J.; JAMES D. SEYMOUR ... St. Peters- 
burg; DONALD SMITH . . . Fort Lauderdale; ELDON EARL STRAWN 

... St Petersburg; WILLIAM SUDYK . . . Daytono Beach; CLEA- 
TUS TURNER . . . Bonifay ROGER WEINACKER . . , Short Hills, N. J. 



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Andrews 




Ayers 






Brewer 


Credle 




Davis 






Dobson 


Edwards, G. 




Edwards, W. 






Ellinor 


Ford 




Foster 






Frity 


Hill 




Hughes 






Jones 


KATHERINE ANDREWS 


. . Green 


ville, S. C; 


LEE 


AYERS 


Shelbyville, Ind.; LOIS 


BREWER Jacksc 


nvilk 


BARBARA 


BROCK . . . Jacksonville; 


GLADYS 


BURNS 


Lum 


jerton. 


N. C ,■ 


CARL WILSON COLE 


, DeLand: 


ROBERT 8. 


CREDLE 


. Mer- 



Brock 


Burns 


Doliner 


Doty 


Evans 


Evertz 


Gallar<her 


Garriso 


Johnson 


Kimbro 



ritt Island; JUDY DAVIS . . . Winter Haven; ROGER DOBSON 
. . . Cocoa; JEROME DOLINER . Daytono Beach, DOLORES 

DOTY . . . New Smyrno Beach; SHEILA DYSON . . . Bradenton; 
M. GENE EDWARDS Atlanta, Go ; WILDA EDWARDS . . 

Erwin, Tenn.; FRED B. ELLINOR . . . Ormond Beach; RICHARD 



Cole 

Dyson 

Feinsod 

Hartmon 

Kingston 



EVANS . . . Holly Hill, HARRY A. EVERTZ ,. . Ft, Lauderdale; 
ARTHUR FEINSOD Brooklyn, N Y ; LAURA REESE FORD 

. . . Gallatin, Tenn,, MARY KATHERINE FOSTER , Ft Myers; 

ARTHUR ALLAN FRITY DeLand; JERRY GALLAGHER . 

Lake Worth; JOAN GARRISON . . Sarasota; ANNE HARTMAN 

. . . Logan, W, Va,; EDNA MAY HILL . . . West Palm Beach; 
RAE HUGHES . . Jacksonville; DONALD LEE JOHNSON 
Green Cove Springs; HARRY KIMBRO ... Ft, Lauderdale; MINA 
ROSE KINGSTON ... Ft. Myers. 



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Klinepeter 


McGec 


Magruder 


Meyer 


Reimer 


Reinke 


Moure 


Nelson 


Nowlin 


Owens 


Sarmarkas 


Schrieffer 


Paterson 


Phelps 


Porter 


Rawson 


Whittle 


Young 


RuHedge 


Rutter 


St. John 


Sarles 






Shoddix 


Smith 


Snelbaker 


Theobald 







LAURA KLINEPETER . . Melrose, LOIS BRYAN McGEE 
Palm Beach, JOHN MAGRUDER . . . Washington, D. C; JUDITH 
JEAN MEYER . . Highland Park, 111 ; LUISA MINERVA MOURE 
Habana, Cuba; CHARLES NELSON . Sanford; JAMES WINFRED 

NOWLIN . . DeLand; MARY ELIZABETH OWENS DeLand, 

BARBARA PATERSON . . . Clearwater Beach; CHARLES PHELPS 
. . . Bloomfield, N. J.; DAVID PORTER . . . DeLand; BARBARA 
RAWSON . Brunswick, Me ; PAUL CHARLES REIMER . 



DeLand; DELBERT REINKE NANCY ANN RUTLEDGE 

Orlando; BARBARA RUTTER DeLond; JOANNE ST. JOHN 

. . Doytona Beach; RUTH SARLES . . . Daytono Beach; TONY 
SAMARKAS . . . Tarpon Springs; GEORGE SCHRIEFFER . . Park 
Ridge, III,; WILLIAM SHADDIX . , , Doytona Beach; LAURENCE 
SMITH . DeLand, RUTH SNELBAKER . . Pitman, N J ; 

NANCY JOAN THEOBALD Dayton, O; BETTY WHITTLE . . 

Jacksonville; JAMES L. YOUNG . . . Lake V^orth. 



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OFFICERS 

President JULIAN G. CLARK 

Vice-President JOHN W. BOOTH 

Sociol Vice-President JAMES R. HANSFORD 

Secretary MALCOLM STEPHENS 

Treasurer DOMINIC A. TROIANO 



COLLEGE OF LAW 




A % A 





Curtis Howes 


Jackson Jernigan 


Jordan Patterson 


Richardson Wilson 


THE FA 


C U L T Y 


CLIFFORD CRANDALL 


LEONARD CURTIS 


Visiting Professor of Low, 1949, B.S., LLD. Adrian College; LL.B. 


Visiting Professor of Law, 1939; B.S., M.S., LL.D. Franklin College; 


U. of Michigan. 


J.D. U. of Chicago. 


RAY HOWES 


NEILL JACKSON 


Professor of Low, 1941; A.B. Clork College; MA. Stanford U.; 


Lecturer in Low, 1940; LL.B. John B, Stetson U. 


LL.B. Cornell U.; S.J.D., New York U. 


HARVEY JERNIGAN 


LOUIS JAMES 


Assistant Professor of Law, 1946; B.S, U. of Florida; LL.B. John B 


Assistant Professor of Law; B.S. and LL.B. U. of Virginia; M.A. 


Stetson U. 


Columbia. 


LODER PATTERSON 


RAY JORDAN 


Assistant Professor of Law, 1950, B.S. Purdue U.; J.D. Northwestern 


B.A. Stetson U.; B.S. in Library Science, U. of North Carolina. 


U. Low School. 


JAMES RICHARDSON 


JAMES WILSON 


Associate Professor of Low, 1949; A.B. Eastern State Teacher's 


Visiting Professor of Low, 1937; A.B., J.D. State U. of Iowa; Jur. 


College; LL.B U. of Kentucky. 


Sc.D. Columbio U. 



NORMAN S. ALLEN DeLand 

ROBERT J. BAKER DeLand 

JAMES N. BAYNARD DeLond 

Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Thomas 
Law Club. 

RALPH J. BENNETT Ponama City 

Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Delto Legal Fraternity, Vice-Justice. 

H. KNOX BETTINGHAUS DeLand 

RICHARD BIANCO Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. 

DAVE BRIDE Utico, N. Y. 

Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. 

WILLIAM A. BROWN DeLand 

MICHAEL J. BUSCEMI Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EDWARD L. BUSH DeLand 

MICHAEL J. CASALE 

JOHN A. CHRISTENSEN DeLond 

JULIAN G. CLARK DeLand 

Charter member and first Treasurer Stetson Veterans' Association, 
2; Member Delta Sigma Phi I ,2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Vice-President 
4; Justice, Phi Alpha Delta Low Fraternity 4; Member Adelphos 
Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; President College of Law 4; Representa- 
tive Law Interfraternity Council 3, 4; Member Executive Committee, 
Student Government Association 4. 



MACK N. CLEVELAND 

WILLIAM F. COX St. Petersburg 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Student Bar. 

HARMON E. CROSSLEY 

WILLIAM F. DAVENPORT, JR St. Petersburg 

Phi Delta Phi, Legal Froternity. 

JAMES A. DODD DeLand 

JOHN H. EVANS DeLand 

GEORGE B. EVERETT DeLond 

W. RICHARD EVERY DeLand 

IRVING M. FELDER DeLond 

GORDON V. FREDERICK Sonford 

Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, Clerk of Exchequer. 

WILBUR B. GOCHENEUR DeLond 

CURTIS B. GOFF DeLond 

WALKER S. GREEN DeLond 




Allen 
Baker 
Baynard 






Bennett 
Bettinghaus 



Bride 

Brown 

Buscemi 

Bush 

Casale 



Christensen 

Clark 

Cleveland 

Cox 

Crossley 



Davenport 
Dodd 



Evans 

Everett 



Every 




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Felder 

Frederick 
Gocheneur 
Goff 
Green 





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Green 

Hansford 

Hensley 

Hillman 

Lee 



Leeds 

Lewis 

McLeod 

Marfin 

Morrison 



Newmark 

Nuccio 

Pouley 

Pierce 

Powers 



Ragano 
Sovoldi 
Shepord 
Speer 



Sutton 

Tortori 

Tittsworth 

Trotter 

Wilson 



Wood 
Woods 
O'Donnell 



WILLIAM H. GREEN DeLond 

JAMES R. HANSFORD DeLond 

ROBERT E. HENSLEY DeLond 

CHARLES R. HILLMAN Jacksonville 

Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4, 5, Program Chairman 4, President 3, 5; 
Phi Delta Phi 4, 5; International Relations Club 2, 3, President 
2, 3; German Club 2, 3; Adelphos Society 2, 3, 4, 5, President 5; 
Member Student Library Com. 3, 4, 5; Chapman Law Club 4, 5, 
Vice-Pres. 5; Scroll and Key 4, 5, Vice-Pres. 5; Student Grader 
4, 5; Student Bar Association 4, 5; Law School Interfraternity 
Council 4, 5. 

ROBERT W. LEE Orlondo 

ROBERT L. LEEDS DeLond 

ROYCE R. LEWIS Jocksonville 

Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. 

JOHNIE A. McLEOD St. Petersburg 

GLEN W. MARTIN DeLond 

WILLIAM M. MORRISON DeLond 

MARVIN S. NEWMARK DeLond 

VINCENT NUCCIO Tompo 

ROBERT J. PAULEY DeLond 

ROBERT E. PIERCE DeLond 



ROBERT E. POWERS Beckley, W. Vo. 

FRANK RAGANO DeLond 

FRANK P. SAVOLDI DeLond 

WALTER C. SHEPARD DeLond 

GEORGE A, SPEER Sonford 

JOHN A. SUTTON DeLond 

JOHN R. SUTTON DeLond 

CARMELITA TARTARI DeLond 

CLAYTON M. TITTSWORTH Tompo 

Student Bar Association; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. 

EDWARD J. TROTTER Jacksonville 

Phi Koppo Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Phi Alpha Delta 5; Stetson Reporter, 
Circulotion Manager 1, 2. 

ROBERT W. WILSON Clearwater 

Adelphos Society Organizer and First President 2, Treasurer 
3, and then Member of Board of Directors 4; Delta Sigma Phi I ; 
Phi Alpha Delta Legol Fraternity 3; President Member of Inter- 
fraternity Council 4; Thomas Low Club 3. 

JOHN R. WOOD DeLond 

WILLIAM D. WOODS DeLond 

JAMES L. O'DONNELL North Foils, N. Y. 




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Berg 

Berkell 

Berry 

Bobrotf 

Bodiford 



Bolinger 

Booth 

Branning 

Brown 

Cole 

Cowart 

Culbreth 



Dixon 

Fernandez 

Finch 

Fruda 

Goodfriend 

Greene 

Hathaway 



Hope 

Jones 

Kay 

Kerr 

Kirkpatrick 

Kwiotkowski 

Linn 



McNultv 

Massfeller 

Metcalf 

Passafuime 

Reed 

Roberts 

Rowe 



Sidwell 

Stephens 

Stratford 

Szarek 

Tomm 

Thornton 

Warren 



MARGARET SERG . Miami; GERLAND BERKELL Miami; 

JOHN BERRY NATHAN BOBROFF J. C. BODIFORD 

Panama City; NORMAN BOLINGER . DeLand; JOHN BOOTH 

. . .Gainesville; EARL BRANNING. . . N. Hornell, N. Y. ED- 
WARD BROWN . DeLand; JAMES COLE Miomi; EDWARD 
COWART . Daytona Beach; VIRGINIA CULBRETH Okee 
chobee; JAMES DIXON . DeLand, FRANK FERNANDEZ . 
Orlando; ALEX FINCH . . . DeLand; RONALD FRUDA . . . DeLand; 
SAM GOODFRIEND DeLand; GALE GREENE JOHN HATH- 
AWAY FREDERICK HOPE W Palm Beach;ALBERT JONES 
ANDREW KAY NEDRA KERR JOHN KIRKPATRICK 



. Eustis; EDWARD KWIATKOWSKI . . Sanford; CARL LINN 
... St. Petersburg; ROBERT McNULTY ... St. Petersburg; MAX 
MASSFELLER . . . Holly Hill; WILLIAM METCALF . . . Dunnellon; 
SALVATORE PASSAFUIME . . . Pittsburgh, Pa ; JOHN REED 
Daytona; CLYDE ROBERTS . Lakeland; ROBERT ROWE 

Jacksonville BENJAMIN SIDWELL DeLand; MALCOLM STE- 

VENS ... St Augustine, STEVE STRATFORD . . . Jacksonville; 
VLADIMIR SZAREK . Deland; JOHN TAMM Daytona 

Beach; VINCENT THORNTON . . . Tompa; DAN WARREN 
DeLand. 



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WALTER ANDERSON . . DeLand; RICHARD BATES . . . Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, ERNEST BREED . . . DeLand; NICHOLAS CAPUTO 
. . . Braddock, Pa ; JAMES COPLEY . KENNETH CROSS . . . 

Tampa; JOHN DAME . . . DeLond; JEROME FINE . . . Detroit, 
Mich.; CLIFF GOSNEY Delond; ANTHONY GREZIK . . . Tar- 

entum. Pa ; HARRY HINCKLEY TOLBERT HOBSON . . St. 

Petersburg; JOHN HODGES . . . Jacksonville; THORWALD HUS- 
FELD . . . Springdale, Ct.; RICHARD JOHNSON . . . Smethport, 
Pa.; DAN LEFEVRE . . . Winter Park; JOHN McCORMICK . . . 



DeLand; JOSEPH McNULTY . . St. Petersburg; ROBERT MATH- 
EWS DeLand; JOSEPH MERIWETHER Miami; SHERWOOD 
MYERS . . . Chicago, Ilk; GEORGE PALLOTTO . Erie, Pa.; AN- 
DREW PATTILO . . . Orlando JOSEPH QUIRK . . Doytona Beach; 
ALLEN SMITH DeLand; GEORGE STEDRONSKY . Mt Doro; 
RICHARD SWART . Orlando; MARVIN TINSLEY . WILLIAM 
WALKER Orlando;WILLIAM WEAVER . . DeLand; DONALD 
WILSON - . . DeLand; JACK WINFREE . , . Daytona Beach. 



Anderson 

Bates 

Breed 

Caputo 

Copley 



Cross 

Dome 

Fine 

Gosney 

Grezik 

Hinckley 



Hobson 

Hodges 

Husfeld 

Johnson 

Lctevre 

McCormick 

McNulty 



Mathews 

Meriwether 

Myers 

Pollotto 

Potillo 

Quirk 

Smith 

Stedronsky 

Swart 

Tinsley 

Walker 

Weaver 

Wilson 

Winfree 




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The purpose of the Student Bar Association is to 
provide a unified organization of students enrolled 
in the College of Law, with a view toward maintaining 
a closer relationship among students of the various 
classes and between the individual and the adminis- 
tration. The Association attempts to promote the 
interests of the students individually and collectively, 
and to provide a measure of self-government for the 
members of the low school. It consists of the entire 
membership of the law school and seeks to develop 
an atmosphere of cooperation and better understand- 
ing among students and faculty. 



The officers of the Student Bar are as follows: Julian G. Clark, President; John Booth, Vice-President; 
James Hansford, Social Vice-President; Dominic A. Troiano, Secretary; and Malcolm Stevens, Treasurer. 




PRESIDENT CLARK 



THE STUDENT BAR 





The purpose of the Honor Court is to promote on 
effective educational campaign against forces which 
are beneath the dignity of law and the position which 
the law occupies in the American form of government. 
The Honor Court serves as a court for the trial of 
infractions and the recommendation of punishment 
in case of guilt. The court consists of seven justices, 
two of which are from the freshman class, two from 
the junior class, and three from the senior class. The 
chief justice, head of the Honor Court, is elected 
from the seven justices. 



CHIEF JUSTICE CASALE 



The Honor Court this year is led by Chief Justice Michael Cosole. Other justices, representotives 
from each of the classes, are Dove Bride, Paul J .Stewart, Vince Thornton, Frank Wilkinson, Jim 
Tucker, and Gerald Staab 



THE HDNDR COURT 



STEWART 



THORNTON 




DELTA THETA PHI 



ffauonal oLeqal ^raternitv 



FULLER WARREN SENATE 




Mosley 



The National Senate of Delta Theta Phi Low Fraternity, founded in 1913, 
has as its objects: to unite fraternally congenial students of law; to lead 
them and their fellow students to high scholarship and legal learning; to 
promote justice; to inspire respect for the noblest qualities of manhood; 
and to advance the interests of every college of law with which the frater- 
nity is associated. 

The officers of the Stetson chapter are as follows; Dean, Robert L. Leeds; 
Vice-Dean, Michael J. Casale, Clerk of Exchequer, Gordon V. Frederick; 
Bailiff, Vladimir J. Szarek; Master of Ritual, Lloyd C, Mosley; and Tribune, 
Gale K. Greene. 



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FIRST ROW: Bianco, Buscemi, Bush, Cosale, Christensen, Frederick. SECOND ROW: Frudo, Greene, Goff, Leeds, Martin, 
Martin. THIRD ROW: McLeod, Morrison, Rowe, Shepard, Sutton, Szorek. 



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PHI ALPHA DELTA 

(f3 reiver (^ n cip ler 



Phi Alpha Delta is a national low fraternity founded in 
1898 at Chicago, Illinois. It has chapters in fifty-eight of 
the leading American Low Schools and thirty-one Alumni 
Chapters in the larger American cities. The David J. Brewer 
Chapter was installed at the Stetson University Law School 
in 1915. 

The purpose of Phi Alpha Delta is to encourage scholar- 
ship, to promote the discussion of legal subjects, to effectuate 
fellowship, and to foster the high ideals of the legal profes- 
sion. 



RETIRED OFFICERS PRESENT OFFICERS 

JULIAN CLARK Justice PAUL J. STEWART 

JULIAN BENNETT Vice-Justice EDWARD BROWN 

PAUL J. STEWART Clerk GERALD BERKELL 

ROBERT PIERCE Treosurer MALCOLM STEPHENS 

WILLIAM TAYLOR Corresponding Secretary ROBERT BAYMOND 

MACK CLEVELAND Marshal JOSEPH SCARLETT 







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LEONARD J. CURTIS 


HARVEY 


JERNIGAN LODER L. 


PATTERSON 






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Bamond, Robert 


Crossley, Homon 




Kurz, Louis 


Staab, Gerald 


Baynard, James 


Dame, John 






Lin, Carl 


Stephens, Molcolm 


Bennett, Julian 


Davis, French 






McCormick, J. W. 


Stewart, P. J. 


Berkell, Gerald 


Evans, John 






McNulty, Robert 


Stratford, Steve 


Bettinghous, Knox 


Gosney, Cliff 






Metcalf, V^illiam 


Swart, Richard 


Bodiford, J. C. 


Graves, John 






O'Connor, William 


Taylor, William 


Blount, Uriel 


Green, William 






Olinto, Peter 


Trotter, Edward 


Brown, Edward 


Hope, Fred 






Pierce, Robert 


Warren, Dan 


Clark, Julian 


Jones, Albert 






Roberts, Clyde 


Weaver, Edward 


Cleveland, Mack 


Jones, Newton 






Scarlet, Joe 


Weldon, Bailey 


Cole, James 


Kennedy, Roy 






Smith, Brad 


White, Grady 


Cross, Kenneth 


Kirkpatrick, Joh 


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Wilson, Robert 



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ROW Baynard, Bennett, Berkell, Bettinghaus, Bodiford, Blount, Clark, Cleveland. SECOND ROW: Cross, Crossley, 
Dame, Gosney, Green, Hope, Jones. THIRD ROW: Kirkpatrick, Linn, McCormick, McNulty, Metcolf, O'Connor, 
, Roberts. FOURTH ROW: Speer, Stephens, Stuart, Swart, Trotter, Warren, Weaver, Wilson. 



NATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY 



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CARDDZA INN 




international oLeqal ^raterniti 



PHI DELTA PHI 



Phi Delta Phi was founded on December 13, 1869, at the University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. It thus became the first legal, as well 
as the first professional, fraternity to be founded in the United States. The 
fraternity has striven constantly to promote a higher standard of profes- 
sional ethics in law schools and profession at large. 

The Stetson Chapter was formally installed on December 5, 1947, after 
its petition was accepted by the National Convention in September, 1947. 
The officers are Richard Every, Magister; Victor Passafiume, Clerk; Vincent 
Thornton, Exchequer; and Earl Branning, Historian. 



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Passofiume 

Thornton 

Branning 

Bobroff 

Bolinger 



Booth 

Brown 

Coble 

Cowort 

Creed 

Davenport 



Everett 

Grant 

Green 

Cochenour 

Hensley 

Hillman 



Leathen 

Lewis 

Morton 

Nuccio 

O'Donnel 

Pollotto 

Rogano 

Savoldi 

Tomm 

Tittsworth 

Wood 

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FIRST ROW: Jernigan, Anderson, Berg, E. A. Brown, W. A. Brown, C a.-k, GoH, Harth, Hillman. SECOND ROW: Hodges, Longford, 
Pallotto, Reed, Root, Rowe, Sidwell, Stewart, Wilson. 



CHAPMAN and THOMAS 
LAW CLUBS 

The Chapman and Thomas Law Clubs were organized under the sponsorship of Justices 
Chapman and Thomas, two distinguished graduates of Stetson College of Law. These clubs 
develop in the members an ability in oral expression and skill of legal argumentation. This 
is fostered by a system of appellate argumentation and criticism. Membership is open to 
all students in the College of Law. 

CHAPMAN LAW CLUB: President, Paul Stewart; President-Elect, John C. Reed; Vice-President, Robert Rowe; Vice- 
President-Elect, Charles R Hillman; Secretory-Treasurer, Fred Longford; Faculty Advisor, Hoivey Jernigan Other mem- 
bers include: Ben Anderson, Fred BorksJole, Margaret Berg, Edward A Brown, Jr., William A. Brown, Julian G Clark, 
Curtis Gotf, George Hart, Johnny Hodges, Glenn Martin, George Pnllotto, John Root, Ben Sidwell, ond Don Wilson. 

THOMAS LAW CLUB: President, Ronald Frudo; Vice-President, Frank Ragano; Secretary, Jerome Fine; Treasurer, James 
Fleming; Foclty Advisor, James R. Richordson Other members include: Isham L Anderson, Walker A. Anderson, James 
Boynord, John I Berry, Earl C. Stonning, Michael Buscemi, Nicholas A Coputo, Michael J Cosale, Archie Clement, 
James A. Dodd, Alex D. Finch, Sam Goodtriend, Odis M. Henderson, Lynn W. Kirkland, John W. McCormick, Sherwood 
Myers, Marvin S. Newmork, George R. Reed, Clyde L. Roberts, Frank P. Savoldi, Joseph Scarlett, A. Brodford Smith, 
George R. Stedronsky, Vladimir J. Szorek, Vincent Thornton, William Walker, Pat Whitaker, and Frank A. Wilkinson. 




GLENN W. MARTIN 

Coordinator 



Fruda 

Ragano 

Fine 

Anderson 

Boynard 

Berry 

Bronning 



Buscemi 

Caputo 

Casale 

Dodd 

Finch 

Goodfriend 

Myers 



Newmark 

Roberts 

Savoldi 

Smith 

Stedronsky 

Szarek 

Thornton 

Walker 



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DEAN HARRY C GARWOOD 

Dr. Garwood, professor of 
Bible and once acting dean of 
the university, has been a 
member of the Stetson faculty 
since 1921. 




COLLEGE DP LIBERAL 

OFFICERS 

President HARRY HURST 

Vice-President (not pictured) BETTY JANE BAILEY 

Secretary JOAN MAY 

Treasurer JACK KERZNER 



ARTS 



SCIENCE HALL 





LIBERAL ARTS FACULTY 



ADAMS, JOHN: Assistont Prof, of Sociology, 1949; A.B , M.A., 

Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago. 
ALLEN, EZRA: Visiting Prof, of Biology; Curotor of Museum, 1951; A.B., 

M.A., ScD., Bushnell; Ph.D., Univ. of Pennsylvania. 
ARJONA, DORIS: Professor of Spanish, 1938; A.B., Univ. of Michigan; 

M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago. 
ASHCRAFT, EMMETT: Assistant Prof, of Mathematics, 1949; B.S. 

Wake Forest; M.A. Univ. of N. Carolina. 
AUTREY, ELIZABETH: Assistant Prof, of Physical Education, 1946; 

B.S. Florida State College for Women; M.S. Univ. of Wisconsin. 
BARNETTE, HENLEE: Professor of Religion and Sociology, 1947; 

A.B. Woke Forest; Th.M., Th.D. Southern Baptist Theol. Seminary. 
BATESON, HOWARD: Professor of Modern Languages, 1937; A.B., 

J.B.S.U., MA. Univ. of Texas; Certificat d'Aptitude a I'Enseignement 

du Froncaise Usuel, Alliance Francaise, Paris, France; Ph.D. Univ. of 

Mlinois. 
BELLOWS, SUSIE: Associate Prof, of Elementary Education, 1949; 

A.B. College of Charleston; M.A. Peobody College for Teachers. 
BERNER, WESLEY: Assistant Prof, of Physical Education, 1947; B.S. 

Pacific Univ., 1941. 
BONIFAY, LT. COL. ISAAC 
BRAND, RICHARD: Professor of Speech, 1946; A.B., MA. West Virginia 

Univ. 
CALDWELL, HARRY: Assistant Prof, of Psychology, 1949; A.B., 

M.D. Ohio State; M.A. J.B.S.U. 
CARTER, RANDOLF: Professor of Education, 1944; A.B. Mercer 

Univ.; M.A. Columbia; Ph.D. George Peobody College. 
CHAUVIN, ROBERT L.: B.A. New York State Teacher's College; 

M.Ed. Univ. of Houston, 1947; M.A. Teacher's College, Columbia 

Univ. 
CHITWOOD, OLIVER: Visiting Prof, of History, 1949; A.B., LLD. 

William and Mary College; Ph.D. Johns Hopkins Univ. 
CLARK, RICHARD: Professor of Sociology, 1930; A.B. Woke 

Forest; B.D. Cuzer Theol. Seminary; M.A., Ph.D. Univ. of Pennsylvania. 
CONN, JOHN: Professor of Chemistry, 1929; B.S. Georgetown 

College; M.S. Univ. of Chicago; Ph.D. Univ. of Pittsburgh. 
COWELL, COACH WARREN: Prof, of Physical Education, 1935; B.S. 

Kansas State Agricultural College. 
DENMAN, SIDNEY: Assistant Prof, of Sociology, 1950; B.A. 

Mississippi College; M.A. Tulone; Ph.D. Duke. 
DUNCAN, POPE: Professor of Religion, 1946; B.S., M.S. Univ. of 

Georgia; Th.M., Th.D. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 
ELLIS, LOREN: Head Basketball Coach, 1950; B.S. in Physical Educa- 
tion from Indiana State. 
EZELL, BOYCE: Prof, of Psychology, 1922; A.B. Furmon Univ.; M.A. 

J.B.S.U-; Ph.D. Univ. of South Carolina. 
FREUND, ELSIE 
FREUND, LOUIS 
FULLER, DOROTHY: Associate Prof, of Biology, 1941; A.B., M.A. 

J.B.S.U. 
GAINES, GEORGE 
GAMBER, ARTHUR: Assistont Prof, of History and Political Science. 

1948; A.B. Oberlin College; M.A. Columbia Univ. 
GIBSON, BRYON: Prof. of English, 1946; A.B. Birmingham 

Southern College; M.A,, Ph.D. Univ. of Illinois. 
GIFFIN, VIRGINIA: Assistant Prof, of Speech, 1942; A.B. Denisin 

Univ.; M.A. J.B.S.U. 
GLANCY, MIRNA: Instructor in Biology, 1949; B.S. Univ. of 

Minnesota. 
HAMILTON, CARROLEE: B.S. Louisiana State Univ.; M.S. Hansen 

Keith; Instructor in Biology, 1950; B.S., M.S. J.B.S.U. 

HARVEY, EDITH: Prof, of Art, 1935; Art Diploma, Shorter Col- 
lege; B.S. George Peobody College; M.A. Columbia Univ.; Pupil of 
Charles Martin, Provincetown, Mass. 

HICK, ESTHER: Assistant Prof, of Physical Education, 1941; B.S,, 
M.A. J.B.S.U. 

HICKS, JOHN: Professor of English, 1908; Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago; 
M.A. J.B.S.U. 

HOOD, GEORGE: Assistant Prof, of Education, 1950; A.B. Baker 
Univ., Kansas; M.A. Univ. of Chicago, PhD 

HART, H. W.: Prof, of Ed., 1948; B.S., M.S. Iowa Wesleyon 
College; Ph.D. Columbia Univ. 

JERKINS, GEORGE: Assistant Prof, of Physics, 1948; A.B. Berea 



College; M.S. Univ. of North Carolina. 
JERNAGAN, SARA: Prof, of Physical Education, 1937; A.B. St. 

Petersburgh College; B.S., M.A. J.B.S.U. 
JOHNSON, CARL: Assistant Prof, of Geography, 1935; Valparaiso 

Univ , Beloit College; B.S., M.A. J.B.S.U. 
LEAVITT, EDITH: Assistont Prof, of English, 1938; A.B. Boston 

Univ.; MA, J B,S,U, 
LONGSTREET, RUPERT: Prof, of Education, 1949; B.S., LL.B., M.A. 

J.BSU,; MA, Duke 
LOWRY, CURTIS: Prof, of Moth, and Engineering, 1926; B,S,, M,E. 

Bucknell Univ. 
LOWRY, MARY: Assistant Prof, of English, 1923; Ph.B,, M,A. 

J.B.S.U. 
LYCAN, GILBERT: Prof, of History and Political Science, 1946; 

A,B, Beren College; MA,, PhD. Vole Univ. 
McENIRY, WILLIAM; Prof of English, 1940; A.B. Birmingham 

Southern College; M.A., Ph D. Vonderbilt, Illinois. 
McMULLEN, JOSEPH 
MARTIN, MARY NELL 
MENSER, CLARENCE: Professor of Speech and Director of Radio, 

1950, A.B, ond LittD, from Heidelberg College, Tiffin, Ohio; A.M. 

Univ. of Michigan. 
MILLS, FRANCIS: Cotologer of the S. U. Librory, 1949; Graduate Mt. 

Holyoke College; M.A. Columbia. 
MORROW, WINSTON: Instructor m Journalism, 1949; A B. Kenyen 

College. 
O'CONNOR, GERTRUDE 
PALMER, LT. COL. JOHN 
PALMER, MARY: Prof, of Psychology, 1947; A.B. Southern College; 

MA,, PhD, Northwestern Univ. 
PATTEE, JOHN 

PRESTON, LILLIAN: Instructor in Speech, 1946; A.B., M.A., J.B.S.U. 
PRICHARD, MARY: Instructor in English, 1948; A.B. Univ. of 

Richmond. 
RHETT, COL. JOHN: Visiting Prof, of History, 1946; A.B., Univ. of 

South Carolina, graduate Infantry School, Command and General 

Staff School, Army War College. 
RUMBLE, DOUGLAS: Visiting Prof, of Moth., 1949; A.B. Emory Univ.; 

MA Horvord Univ, 
RUTTER, GEORGE: Visiting Prof, of English, 1948; A.B, Hobort 

College; M, A, Columbia University; Ph.D. Harvard Univ. 
SANDERS, ALBERT: Prof, of History, 1950; A.B. Furmon Univ.; A.B., 

Ph D, Univ, of North Carolina. 
SIMMONS, CARL: Prof, of Physical Education, 1950; B.A. J.BSU, 
SOWERS, RAY: Prof, of Education, 1948; Des Moines Univ.; A.B., 

LLD, Florida Southern College; M.A. Univ. of Southern College. 
STOVER, IRVING: Professor of Speech, 1908; Groduate King's 

School of Oratory; Advanced study in Expression and Drama, Emerson 

College of Oratory, School of Expression; Columbia School of Expres- 

sin; B.Or., M Or. Susquehanna Univ.; Litt.D. J.B.S.U. 
TAYLOR, HARRY: Professor of Philosophy, 1930; A.B. Cornell 

Univ.; B.D, Union Theological Seminary; M.A. Univ. of Chicago; 

Ph.D. Cornell Univ. 
THOMSON, EDGAR ALLEN: Instructor in English, 1949; A.B. JB.S.U.; 

MA. Cornell Univ. 
THORNTON, FRANCES: Professor of French, 1934; A.B., M.A. 

J.BSU , Docteur es lettres de I'Universite deToulouse, 
TOMPKINS, LEONARD: Professor of Chemistry, 1949; B,S, J.B.S.U.; 

PhD, Purdue Univ. 
TUBBS, FRANK: Associate Prof, of English, 1947; A.B. Moryville Col- 
lege; MS. Univ. of Tennessee. 
VAUGHEN, CHARLOTTE: Instructor in German, 1947; Oberlin Col- 
lege! Univ. of Breslou, 
VAUGHEN, JOHN: Professor of Chemistry, 1946; A,B. Oberlin 

College; PhD, Johns Hopkins Univ. 
WALKER, O. L.: Prof, of Religion, 1945; A.B. Howard College; 

Th.M, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 
WELCH, MORGAN: Assistant Prof, of Journalism, 1949; B.S., M.S. 

Northwestern Univ. 
WILLIAMS, MINNIE: Instructor in English, 1945; Ph.D. DePouw Univ. 
WINCHESTER, A.M.: Prof, of Biology, 1947; A.B. Baylor Univ.; 

MA,, PhD Univ. of Texas. 
WINTERS, HARRY: Prof, of History and Political Science, 1927; A.B. 

J.B.S.U.; M.A. George Peobody College for Teachers. 



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FIRST ROW Allen, Arjono, Ashcraft, Autrey, Barnette, Boteson, Berner, Brand, Brown. SECOND ROW; Caldwell, Carter, 
Chauvin, Chitwood, Clark, Conn, Cowell, Denmon, Duncan. THIRD ROW Eiell, Fuller, Gaines, Gibson, Harvey, Hick, 
Hicks, Holden, Hurt. FOURTH ROW Jenkins, Jernigan, Johnson, C. Lowry, M. Lowry, Lycon, McEniry, Martin, Morrow. 
FIFTH ROW O'Connor, Palmer, Prichord, Rhett, Sanders, Simmons, Stover, Taylor, Thompson. SIXTH ROW: Tubbs, C. 
Vaughen, J. Vaughen, Wolker, Williams, Winchester, Winters. 



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BAILEY, BETTY JANE 17th Ave., Vero Beoch 

Delta Delta Delta (Chaplain, Rush Chairman), Glee Club, Travel 

Squad, Womens Executive Council, Vice-President of Junior Class, 

Vice-President of Liberol Arts School, Pan-Hellenic Representative, 

Future Teachers of America. 

BEASLEY, ROBERT M P. O. Box 4703, Jacksonville 

Lambda Chi Alpha, President; Gamma Sigma Epsilon, President; 
German Club. 

BERRY, KENNETH L 536 Bingamon St., Reading, Pa. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Steward, Junior Marshal; Business Manager 
Hatter; Homecoming Committee; Student Government, Rules and 
Procedure; Freshman Advisor; Chairman Student Body Library 
Club; Business Club; Ye Mystic Krewe; Sigma Pi Kappa; R.O.T.C. 

BETHEA, WILLIAM F 118'/2 West Howry, Apt. 4 

BIRNBAUM, WILLIAM 

218-07 43rd Ave., Bayside, New York, N. Y. 

Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-President; Captain of Ye Mystic Krewe; 

Cheerleader; Pep Club; Chairman of Round Clock Music Day, 

Hatter Holiday. 

BLACKWELL, ETSON J. . 363 Idlewyld Dv., Ft. Lauderdale 

Sigma Nu. 

BLASICIC, HENRY J. 2241 Hunting Pk. Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

BOWMAN, JOHN L 5840 S.W. 5th Terr., Miami 

Lambda Chi Alpha, 

BREWIN, BETTE 240 W. Michigan 

Phi Mu, Beta Beta Beta, Theta Alpha Phi, Canterbury Club, Town 

Girls Council, Hatter Staff, Freshman Advisor, Little Theatre 

Group. 

BROADWAY, CHARLEY Leesburg 

Sigma Nu, Most Outstanding Athlete, All-State Baseball, Foot- 
ball, Baseball, S Club. 



BRUNDAGE, BARBARA 125 S. Orange Ave., DeLand 

Pi Beta Phi; Hatter Staff, Editor-in-Chief; Reporter Staff, Manag- 
ing Editor; The Honor, Vice-President; Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges; Outstanding Student; Theta Alpha Phi; 
Sigma Pi Kappa; La Francaide; Westminster Fellowship, President. 

BURNS, AWBREY B., JR 804 North Blvd. 

Sigma Nu. 

BUSH, PRICE Cromerton, N. C. 

Golf Team. 

BUSH, WILLIAM SHIRLEY, JR. N. Gordon St., Plant City 

Canterbury Club; Der Deutsche Verein, Secretary; Glee Club. 

CAOWELL, AUSTIN M. . Rt. 1, Box 153, Winter Garden 

Glee Club; Travel Squad; German Club; Sigma Pi Koppo; Iota 
Chi, Program Chairman; Hatter Staff; Quarterly Staff. 

CALDWELL, ANDERSON J Umatilla 

Baseball; S Club 

CANE, WALTER 1360 Ogden Ave., Bronx 52, N. Y. 

Phi Society; Scroll and Key 

CARTER, J. CARLTON P. 0. Box 242, Arlington 

B S. U.; Executive Council; Volunteers; Glee Club; Travel 
Squad; Radio Chorus; Hatter Staff; Sigma Pi Kappa. 

CARTER, JAMES 

Glee Club; Future Teachers. 

GATES, EVA MAYE Citro 

House Council; Y. W. A.; Volunteers; B. S. U. Council, Glee Club; 
Student Advisor. 

COFFRIN, DON 2151 Kingswood Rd., Jacksonville 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Newman Club. 



Hatters ot "work" on the beach. 



1— 2— 3— Un-n-gh. 




Beasley 
Berry 






Bethea 

Birnbaum 
Blockwell 




Blaser 

Blassick 

Bowman 

Brewin 

Broadway 



Brundoge 
Bryan 
Bryant 
Burns 
Bush, P. 



Bush, W. 
Cadwell 
Caldwell 
Cane 
Carter, J. C. 




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Carter, J. E. 

Cates 

Chassey 

Cleveland 

Coffrin 




COLLINS, LESLIE Avon Pork 

B.S.U. 
COOK, BETTY 1205 Highlond Ave., Augusto, Go. 

Delta Delta Delta; F. T. A,; Intramurols. 

COOK, JOAN 401 N.E. 95th St., Miomi 

Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; W. A. A.; Hatter Staff; Westminster 
Fellowship; Homecoming Sponsor. 

COPELAN, MOLLY 

CORNETT, LESTER 

Ministerial Association, President. 

CONRAD, WILFRED H DeBory 

COSSIN, JUNE 535 Rugby Ave., Orlando 

Pi Beta Phi; Women's Executive Council, President; Southern In- 
tercollegiate Student Government Association, Vice-President; Pan- 
Hellenic Council, Treasurer; Hatter Staff; Sigma Pi Kappa; Re- 
porter Staff. 

CRISP, WILLIAM Miami 

B.SU. 

DALRYMPLE, MERLE 

Alpha Xi Delta; Future Teachers. 

DAVID, BEATRICE ... 1605 Avondale Ave., Jacksonville 

The Honor; Phi Society; Scroll and Key; Westminster Fellowship; 
Der Deutsche Verein. 

DAVIS, JAMES P 3479 Haines Rd., St. Petersburg 

Delta Sigma Phi; Little Theatre; F. T. A.; Debating; Theta Alpha 
Phi; International Relations Club. 

DAVIS, NORMAN O. 2648 Eastwood Ave., Chicago 25, III. 

Sigma Nu; Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Camera Club; Little Theatre 

DAVIS, SUZANNE Jacksonville 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Pledge Trainer; Women's Athletic Association; 

Professional Club; Hatter Staff, Sports Editor; Interfraternity 

Council Representative, Vice-President. 

DAVIS, VIRGINIA LEE Willord St., Moryville, Tenn. 

F. T. A.; Kappa Delta Pi, Recorder-Historian; Sigma Delta Pi, Presi- 
dent; La Franciode, President; Camera Club; Y. W. A.; Canter- 
bury Club; Committee Member Focus Week. 

DECKER, DELLA SUE Oaks Hotel, Doytono Beoch 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Scroll and Key; Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta. 

DeSHA, KRAMA F . Waldo 

Ministerial Association. 



DICKSON, RUTH MARY Adei, Go. 

Phi Mu, Pledge Director; Student Body, Vice-President; Student 

House Council, President; Pan Hellenic Council, Secretary; Junior 

Class Secretary; Executive Council. 

DOMINEY, H. J 623 Raleigh St., Orlando 

Ministerial Association; B. S U, 

DOTY, ROBERT A Rt. 1, Box 274 C, Pensacolo 

Pi Kappa Phi; Glee Club; Football Team; S Club, Treasurer; 
F. T. A. 

DuBOSE, ELIZABETH MAE . . . 1917 14th Ave., Vero Beach 

Transfer from Bessie Tift College; F. T. A. 

ERICSON, EDWARD LAWRENCE Box 312, Dunedin 

United World Federalists, President; State Student Director of 
United World Federalists. 

FAUST, WILLIAM R 1570 Seminole Blvd., Ocolo 

Glee Club; Gamma Sigmo Epsilon, President; Beta Bete Beta; 
8. S. U.; Der Deutch Verein. 

FLEMING, JIMMIE NELL . 1422 West Stetson Ave., Orlando 

Y. W. A,; Volunteers, President; B. S. U. Executive Council- 
Glee Club, Travel Squad; Radio Chorus; The Honor, President; 
Executive Council; Intramural Manager. 

FLORES, ABE Coguos, Puerto Rico 

FLORY, ELIZABETH B. . Pequea, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 

The Honor; Phi Society; Scroll and Key, Secretary; F. T. A,, Pres- 
ident; Pi Kappa Delta, President; Little Theatre: Kappa Delta Pi, 
President; La Franciode, Vice-President; Secretary of Student 
Body; Debate Society, Manager; Delta Delta Delta Scholarship 
Award; One of Ten Outstanding Women, 

FLYNN, H. E 223 Liberty St., Orlando 

Ministerial Association. 

FOUTCHE, JEANNE . 1342 McCorkle Ave., Charleston, W. Vo. 

Golf Team; Professional Club. 

FRIER, DORIS Star Route 2, DeLond 

B. S. U.; Beta Beta Beta; Y. W A. 

GATLIFF, MARY K. . 201 East Stetson, DeLond 

Transfer from Union College; Town Girls; Y. W. A.; F. T. A.; 
B. S. U. 

GIBBS, BERNICE Emmitsburg, Md. 



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GIBSON, PANSY Ill East Loke St., Tarpon Springs 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Psych. Club, Transfer from Shorter College. 

GOSNEY, CLIFF B 426 North Cloro, DeLond 

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; X Club 

GRIFFIS, CLARENCE A 134 Leon Ave., DeLond 

Pi Kappa Phi; B. S. U,; I, F. C; R. O. T. C; Freshman Advisor. 

HANSEN, KENNETH L. 1109 East Broward, Fort Lauderdale 

Ministerial Association, Program Chairman; B. S. U. Council, En- 
listment Vice-President; Little Theatre; Freshman Advisor; Men's 
Advisory Committee; Intramural Manager; Der Deutsche Verein. 

HARE, MARION 2131 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville 

Ministerial Association, Vice-President; B. S. U. 

HARTON, MERLE C Box 204, Holly Hill 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

HAYNIE, ROBERT EARLE Asheville, N. C. 

HEBB, REGINALD 714 Harwood Ave., Orlando 

HELGESON, PATRICIA 

HENDRY, RICHARD B 420 Riverside Dr., Fort Myers 

Sigma Nu, President; S Club; Football Team; Health and Physical 
Education Club, Alumni Contact Officer; I. F. C. 

HENSKY, JOHN Asheville, N. C. 

HIGGINBOTHAM, JAMES 232 East Evons Ave., Orlando 

HIGGINS, RICHARD P 512 Harwood Ave., Orlondo 

Delta Sigma Phi; Stetson Band and Orchestra. 

HILL, J. RAY P. 0. Box 1323, Doytono Beach 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

HINDS, SPURGEON N. . . 208 N. Seventh Ave., Wouchula 

Ministerial Association. 

HORTON, RHODA T 635 Ninth Ave., Mount Dora 

F. T. A. 

HOWELL, MARY LOUISE . 1132 S.E. Third Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 

Psychology Club; Women's Athletic Association; Methodist Stu- 
dent Union; Iota Chi. 



HURST, HARRY K Box 87, Hozord, Ky. 

Delta Sigma Phi, Social Chairman, Secretary; Homecoming Dance 
Chairman for 1948; I. F. C, Secretary; Member of Student Men's 
Council; Homecoming Chairman for 1949; One of the Ten Out- 
standing students for )950; Director of Freshman Talent Night 
for 1950; Student Body Publicity Chairman for 1950; President 
of Junior Class; President of the Liberal Arts School; Ye Mystic 
Krewe. 

JENNINGS, ROBERT W Kissimmee 

JOHNS, PAULINE Orange City 

JORDAN, JAMES J. 4931 Chanberloyn Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Stetson Reporter, Editor-in-Chief; Hatter Sports 

Editor; Sigma Pi Kappa, President; Outstanding Student; R. O. T. 

C; Quarterly Staff. 

KALE, DICK 115 S. Sheridan Ave., DeLond 

Sigma Nu; Reporter; Press Club; Annual; Quarterly, Editor; Theta 
Alpha Phi, Treasurer. 

KENNISON, LEWIS, JR 1720 Fairfield PI. 

Ministerial Association; Glee Club Traveling Squad; German Club. 

KERZNER, JACK 23 Havelocr St., Dorchester 24, Moss. 

Sigma Pi Epsilon; Sigma Pi Kappo; Little Theatre; Quarterly. 

KEYTON, JOHN A., JR. 601 Cherokee Ave., Dothon, Ala. 

Kappa Sigma; B. S. U.; German Club. 

KIRK, C. C 201 E. Liberty St., Brooksville 

S Club; Tennis Team. 

LOWE, HELEN 2139 S. Atlantic, Doytona Beach 

Transfer from Bessie Tift College; Phi Mu, Treasurer; Stetson 
Party Campaign Committee. 

LURIE, EDWARD J. . 876 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn 18, N. Y. 

Beta Beta Beta. 

LUTKE, EUGENE H 3646 Cleveland, St. Louis 10, Mo. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Guard; Football; V\/eight Lifting Club; Physical 
Ed. Club. 



CHAUDOIN AND STETSON HALLS 
Housing Four Hundred Stetson Belles. 




Griffis 





SENIORS 



Helgeson 
Higginbotham 







Hinds 
Hogan 
Horton 
Howell 
Hurst 




Jacobs 

Johns 

Jordan 

Joyner 

Kale 






Kelley 



Keyton 




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Kurland 

Lenczyk 

Lowe 

Lurie 

Lutke 












MacAlester 

McDonough 

McGough 

McLoughlin 

Meeks 




Mitchell 

Moody 

Mosher 

Murphy 

Nelson 



Norwood 

Oeftler 

Peddy 

Perkins 

Pinder 



Pitts 

Plummer 

Powell 

Pulliam 

Richter 



Roberts 

Robinson 

Rodgers 

Rohde 

Root 



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Rose 

Royal 

Seawell 

Seegors 

Shannon 



MocALESTER, PAUL T DeLand 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, President; Journalism Fraternity, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Kappa Pi Art Fraternity; Freshman Football; Treasurer 
I. F, C; Quarterly Staff; Reporter Staff. 

McGOUGH, WILLIAM, JR St. Cloud 

Ministerial Association; Glee Club. 

McLaughlin, Joseph Terra ceio 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 

MINIE, D. C 25 Mellen St., Chicopee, Mass. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 

MITCHELL, BERTHA 3704 Leono St., Tampa 

B. S. U.; Y. W. A. 

MOODY, HENRY E Jacksonville 

Ministerial Association. 

MOSHER, ROBERT E., JR Rt. 1, Box 176, DeLand 

Health and Physical Ed. Club 

MURPHY, JULIAN HUGH .... 18 Park St., Pipperall, Mass. 

United World Federalists; State Student Secretary; Historian Local 
Chapter; loto Chi; Little Theatre; La Franciade, Secretary, Vice- 
President; Hatter Staff, Law School Editor. 

NELSON, MARILYN Titusvllle 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Assistant Rush Chairman of ZTA; Pan-Hellenic 

Representative; Freshman Advisor 1950; Sponsor of Ye Mystic 

Krewe 1950; F. T. A.; W. R. A. 

NORWOOD, MARY JUNE . . 1612 Slater St., Valdosta, Go. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, President; F. T. A.; Hatter Staff; Homecoming 

Committee; Rules and Procedure Committee; Secretary of Senior 

Class. 

OEFFLER, WAYNE W 24 N.E. 163rd St., Miami Beoch 

Pi Kappa Phi; B. S. U.; Ministerial Association; Miami Club; 
Student Government; Independent Student Organization; Year- 
book Staff, Religious Editor; Homecoming Committee; German Club. 

PALMER, GEORGE J. 1000 Seventh Ave., S., St. Petersburg 

PEDDY, MARY ANN 729 S. Johnson, Lakeland 

F. T. A. 

PERKINS, ROBERT L. . . . . 134 W. 30th St., Jocksonville 

Der Deutche Verein; Ministerial Association. 



PINDER, WALTER FOLK .... 1853 N.W. 47th St., Miami 

Glee Club; Travel Squad; 8. S. U. Executive Council, Treasurer; 
Volunteers for Christian Service. 

PITTS, MARILYN Miami 

B. S, U.; Y. W. A.; Professional Club; Freshman Advisor; Women's 

Recreational Association; Independent Officer; International Relo- 

tios; Hatter Staff. 

POWELL, CORETA ANNE . 1 16 Hamilton Ave., Panama City 

B. S. U.; Y. W. A.; Volunteers; Glee Club; Alpha Dexioma, Vice- 
President; F. T. A.; Freshman Advisor; Women's Council, Secretary. 

PLUMMER, BEATRICE ALICE 536 Hompton Rd. 

Beta Beta Beta. 

PULLIAM, THOMAS Hilllard 

Ministerial Association; Volunteer Bond; Notional Guard; Iota Chi. 

RAMEY, ROY Box 212, Sanford 

RICHTER, MARGARET Box 295, Safety Harbor 

Alpha Xi Delta; Honor; President Professional Club. 

ROBERTS, PAT 1917 Larchmont Ave., Fort Myers 

Alpha Xi Delta; The Honor; W. R A,; Reporter Staff; Press Club; 
Lambda Chi Alpha Queen. 

ROBINSON, EVELYN J 310 U. Ky. Ave. 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Town Girls Club. 

ROHDE, CLIFTA AMA Bercsford 

Town Girls Club; Intramural Manager; German Club; Professional 

Club; P. E. M. M. Club; Stetson Arch Soc; Future Teachers of 

America; Hatter Staff, 

ROOT, JOHN 811 Palmetto Ave., Sanford 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 

SEAWELL, JOHN H. 1914 Academy St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Le Cercle Francois. 

SEIGERS, S. P 245 '2 Plant Ave., Tampa 

SHANNON, RUTH Daytono Beach 

' Business Manager, Little Tneatre; F, T. A. 



Friendly relations with Taima U 



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SKEEN, SANDRA Williamsburg, Ky. 

Alpha Xi Delta, Corresponding Secretary; Women's Council, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer; Sigma Pi Kappa. 

SKEENE, VIRGINIA 323 Oceon Dr., Pompano Beach 

Alpha Xi Delta. 

SMITH, ANNETTE St. George, Ga. 

Transfer from Wesleyon College; F. T. A. 

SMITH, BARBARA JEAN 821 N.W. First Ave., Homestead 

Kappa Delta, Secretary; The Honor, Secretary and Treasurer; 
Phi Society, Secretary; F. T. A.; Camera Club; Hatter Staff; 
Glee Club- Stetson House Council, Vice-President; Freshman Ad- 
visor; Miami Club; B. S. U. 

SMITH, HENRY H., JR 124 N.E. Fifth St., Miami 

Ministerial Association; Der Deutsche Verein. 

SMITH, MALCOLM E 717 Twelfth St., E., Bradenton 

SMITH, NANCY EUDORA 2401 First Ave., N., St. Petersburg 

The Honor; W. R. A.; Football Band; F. T. A.; Physical Ed. Pro- 
fessional Club; Intramural Secretary and Captain; Homecoming 
Stadium Decoration Chairman; Wesley Foundation, President; Pep 
Club; Tumbling Team; Honor Roll; S^ C. A., Secretary. 

SOLBRIG, GLORIA K. 8147 S. Prairie Ave., Chicago 19, III. 

Bond. 

SPENCER, RONALD SMITH, JR. 1921 N. 19th Ave., Pensacolo 

Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, Social Chairman; Social Vice-President 
Student Body; Freshman Advisor; Ye Mystic Krewe, Pledge Mas- 
ter; Ten Outstanding Men; Homecoming Chairman; Radio Work- 
shop; Executive Council Florida Intercollegiate Student Government 
Association; Focus Week Committee. 

STANCIL, JAMES L Wauchula 

Glee Club Travel Squad; Ministeriol Associotion; Little Theatre. 



TABOR, LOUISE 1611 G St., S.E., Washington, D. C. 

Glee Club Travel Squad; B. S. U.; Alpha Dexioma; Volunteer for 
Christian Service; Y. W. A.; Secretary to Dean of Women; Secre- 
tory in News Bureou. 

THOMAS, L. M 120 Emmett St., Daytona Beach 

Pi Kappa Phi; F. T. A.; R. O. T. C; Westminster Fellowship; 
Beta Beta Beta. 

THURMAN, SARA Jacksonville 

Beta Beta Beto; Psy Club. 

TOWNE, WILLIAM E. Kingston, N. H. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary; Canterbury Club; F. T. A.; Sigma 
Pi Kappa; Hatter Stoff. 

TOWNSEND, BETTY LOU 

220 Ascot PI., N. E., Washington 2, D. C. 

Alpha Xi Delta; Professional Club, 

TREEN, LEWIS H Box 6, Eustis 

Pi Kappa Phi; Manager Football Team; S Club; Baseball Team. 

TREON, ULILLA 2027 McLendon Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Phi Mu, Rush Chairman; Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer; Phi Alpha 

Theto, Secretary; Freshman Advisor; Hotter Staff; Tronsfer from 

Shorter College. 

TUCKER, LeROY 1010 Hill St., Ocala 

B. S. U.; Ministerial Association. 

UNKEFER, ROY R 612 N. Solisbury St., DeLand 

Sigmo Phi Epsilon, Little Theatre. Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Der 
Deutsche Verein. 

VAN DORN, JEANNE . 204 Branch Ave., Red Bank, N. J. 

Camera Club; Hatter Staff; Reporter; Quarterly; Kappa Pi, Pres- 
ident; Sigma Pi Kappa; Veterans Association; Little Theotre; 
New Jersey Club, Secretary; W. R. A. 

VOORHEES, ROY B Brown's Court, Lodi, N. J. 

Stetson Psychology Club. 



Here comes the bride. 



The cats meow. 



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Skeen 

Skeene 

Smith 



Smith, B. 
Smith, H. 
Smith, N. 



Smith, R. 

Solbrig 

Spencer 

Stancil 

Stevens 



Stevenson 

Tabor 

Tenney 

Thorp 

Thomas 








Thorpe 

Thurman 

Towne 

Townsend 

Trcen 



Treon 
Tucker 
Unkerfer 
Van Dorn 
Voorhees 



SENIORS 




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Wayland 

Webb 

Wharton 

Wheeler 

Whitaker 



Whiteman 
Whitmire 
Wood 
Woolley 



WADDELL, JAMES E N.W. Ave. B, Belle Glade 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Adolphus Society, 
Germon Club- 

WALTERS, J. C, JR 7909 13th St., Tampa 

WARD, MILADEEN Rt. 4, Box 778, Tollohassee 

Y. W. A., Vice-President; Women's Council; B. S. U Executive 
Council. 

WATTS, JOHN C Drower J, Bryson City, N. C. 

Sigma Nu; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Camera Club. 

WAYLAND, JAMES J Box 253, Sperryville, Vo. 

WEBB, ROBERT S Box 134, Umatilla 

B. S. U 

WHEELER, JOHNNY 310 Volusia Ave., Daytono Beach 

WHITAKER, JACK Titusville 

Pi Koppa Phi; S Club; F. T. A.; Ye Mystic Krewe; Homecominn 
Host. 

WHITAKER, WILLIAM Titusville 

Sigma Nu, Chaplain. 



WHITMIRE, WILLIAM L 229 W. Rich Ave., DeLand 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; F. T. A,; Volleyball Team. 

WILLIAM, JOHN Box 1538, Sanford 

Pi Kappa Phi. 

WINFREE, JACK W Box 268, Rt. 1, Doytona Beach 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

WOOD, JACQUELINE P 16 S. Second St., Lake Worth 

Alpha Xi Delta, Vice-President; Theta Alpha Phi; Kappa Pi, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer; Canterbury Club; Active in Little Theatre. 

WOOLLEY, THOMAS WM. 540 Fourth St., No., St. Petersburg 

Sigma Nu, Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Vol- 
leyball. 

YARBOROUGH, B. D. 1215 E. 48th St., Savannah, Go. 

YOUNG, ELIZABETH 235 E. Eighth St., Jacksonville 

B. S. U. 



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ALMA MATER 

Dear Alma Meter, smile upon thy children! 

Gladly we greet thee, altogether lovely; 

Peace be within thy classic halls and temples, 

Hail, Alma Mater dear. 

Hail to the heroes who have gone before us. 

Young men and maidens, filled with true devotions! 

Bright is their glory, fadeless and undying, 

Hail to our heroes gone! 

Hail to our classmates, bound by ties ne'er broken; 

Here once again we pledge our vows of friendship; 

Brave hearts and true hearts sound aloud the chorus; 

Long live our comrades dear! 

Dear Alma Mater, tenderly thy children 

Gather, and bring to thee gracious salutations; 

Comrades, your voices lift once again in chorus, 

Hail, Alma Mater dear! 



ROTC's first military week-end. 




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FIRST ROW: Agner, Allen, Anderson, Andrews, Armstrong, Barfield, Bottom, Bowen. SECOND ROW: Bowron, Boyles, 
Brown, Byrom, Chapman, Christie, Cochran, Cook. THIRD ROW: Cooper, Coupland, Craig, Cross, Cuddy, Deen, Doty, Eokin. 
FOURTH ROW Edenfield, Edwords, Finney, Flippo, Flood, Flournoy, Foster, Fuller. FIFTH ROW; Fulton, Gondy, D. Hall, 
E. Hall, F. Hall, Harper, Horth, Higgins. 



VIRGINIA AGNER . Madison, NINA BEADIE ALLEN . . . 

Miami; LLOYD H. ANDERSON . Oak Hill; GLENN ANDREWS 

. . . Pensacola; FULMER ARMSTRONG . . DeLond; ONA BAR- 



FIELD . . 


. Orlando; LARRY BOTTOM . . . Daytona Beach; JOHN 


BOWEN 


. . DeLand; PHYLLIS BOWRON . . . Eustis; BARBARA 


BOYLES 


. . Lake Worth; JANE BROWN . . . Holly Hill, BILL 


BYROM 


. . Daytona; JANE CHAPMAN . Sonford; BOB CHRIS- 


TIE . . 


Jacksonville; BERNARD COCHRAN . . . Lakeland; BETTY 


COOK . 


. Augusta; GORDON COOPER . . . Long Island, N. Y.; 


FREDDA 


COUPLAND . Wildwood; POLLY CRAIG Miami; 



BARBARA CROSS Tampa; WILLIAM CUDDY . . Tampa; 

FRANK DEEN , . . Brooksville; BOB DOTY , . . Pensacola; DON- 
ALD EAKIN . . . Jacksonville; ANITA EDENFIELD . . . Miami; 
ELWYN G. EDWARDS . DeLand; MARTHA FINNEY Wau 

chula; BETTY ANN FLIPPO Daytona Beach R. B. FLOOD 

Tampa; MARSHALL FLOURNOY . DeLand; ANNABELLE FOSTER 
. . . Arcadia; WILLIAM A. FULLER . . . Miami; CAROL TAYLOR 
FULTON . . . Cochran, Go.; CORA LEE GANDY . . . Haines City; 
DONALD HALL . . . Troy, N Y ; EVELYN HALL . . , Decatur, Ga.; 
FRANCES HALL . . . Lake Wales. 



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FIRST ROW: Hooper, Isroel, Johnson, Kolos, Kouffmon, Kimbrough. SECOND ROW: Kinsloe, Kline, Land, Longwish, 
Losstter, Lee. THIRD ROW: Lewis, Loughron, Lowe, MacAlester, McColl, McColister, Moupin, Moy. FOURTH ROW: Melloon, 
Merrill, Merritt, Minie, Netzorg, Okojimo, Polmer, Porish. FIFTH ROW Partin, Pemble, Peterson, Pittmon, Plonk, Price, 
Purvis, Quirk. 



ROBIN HOOPER . . Daytono Beach; SOL ISRAEL . . . Spring Val- 
ley, N Y ; ANN JOHNSON . . . Hawthorne; JOHN KALAS . . . 
Doytona Beach; R. V. KAUFFMAN ... St. Petersburg; ROBERT 
KIMBROUGH . . . DeLand; JOANNE KINSLOE Miami GLORIA 

KLINE . Ocala; BETTY LAND . . Orlando; LAURA LANGUISH 

St. Petersburg; RICHARD LASSITER Clement; PAUL H. LEE 

. . . Charleston, S. C ; WILLIAM E. LEWIS . . . Sarasota; DOLLY 
LOUGHRAN . . . Asheville, N C ; CHARLES LOWE ... St. Cloud 
PAUL MocALESTER . . , DeLand; HENRY McCALL . . . DeLond 
KELBY McCOLISTER . . . Tampa; MABEL MAUPIN DeLond 



JOAN MAY . . . Chipley; DONALD MELLON . . . Orange City; 
HOWARD MERRILL . DeLond; PAT MERRITT . . . Delroy 
Beach; DERMOND MINIE . . Chicopee, Mass.; LEONTINE NET- 
ZORG . . Alma, Mich.; EIICHI OKAJIMA . . . Saitama, Japan; 
GEORGE PALMER . . St. Petersburg; STERLYN PARISH ... Su- 
matra; MARGARET PARTIN . Sanford; ANN PEMBLE 
Leesburg; ARVID PETERSON . . Pierson; GORDON PITTMAN 
. . . Marionno; PATRICIA PLANK ... Ft. Louderdale; MYRNA 
PRICE ... St. Petersburg; MARILYN PURVIS . . . Arcadia; 
EDWARD QUIRK . . . Lakewood, R. I. 



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FIRST ROW: Raffield, Rossi, Sargenf, Scully, Selecman, Spencer; Stenstrom, Sl-ones. SECOND ROW: Tavenlere, Toylor, 
TenBroeck, Tucker, Turner, Vltsoras, Walker, Watson. THIRD ROW Wotters, Weise, Wigle, Willcox, Willis, Wilson, 
Wolstenholme, Wood. 



BETTY RAFFIELD . . . Panama City; MARTIN ROSSI . . . North- 
vole, N. J.; PEARL SARGENT . . . Haverhill, Mass.; JAMES 
SCULLY . . . Biddeford, Me ; LAURA JEAN SELECMAN . . . Cas- 
sadaga; RONALD SPENCER . . . Tampa; HERBERT STENSTROM 
. . . Sanford; FREDERICK STONES . . Daytona; JAMES TAVE- 
NIERE . . . Closter, N. J.; HORACE TAYLOR. . .Jacksonville; 
OWEN TENBROECK . Daytona Beach; HARRIET TUCKER . . . 



Orlando; SHIRLEY TURNER . Edison, Ga.; PEGGY VITSARAS 

. . . DeLand; JUDITH WALKER . . Lake Worth; JANET WAT- 
SON . . . Holly Hill, MARCUS WATTERS Apopka; WILLIAM 
WEISE . . . Lebanon, Pa ; BRUCE WIGLE ANNETTE WILLCOX 
. . . Jacksonville; JIMMIE WILLIS . . . Kingsport, Tenn ; SUSAN 
JEANNE WILSON . . . DeLand; MIRIAM WOLSTENHOLME 
Sarasota; SADIE WOOD . . . DeLand. 



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FIRST ROW: Abernothy, Abrhomson, Allbritton, Ard, Averman, Boltier. SECOND ROW; Borrington, Berry, Biegger, Blow, 
Boyette, Broddock. THIRD ROW; Braddy, Brady, Brenner, Brokenshire, Brooks, Bush, Bu«s, Campbell. FOURTH ROW: 
Carter, Coruthers, Cossidy, Cotes, Chostain, Christenberry, Collins, Cooksey. FIFTH ROW: Copelond, Croig, Cresse, Davis, 
DeLillo, Deloney, Dietzen, Dillard. 



BRUCE ABERNATHY . . West Polm Beach; JOYCE ABRHAMSON 
. . . Ludington, Mich.; WALLACE EARL ALBRITTON , . . Sanford; 

JOHN THOMAS ARD . Clermont MARTIN AVERMAN . . . 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; CAROLYN MARIE BALTZER . . . Ludington, Mich,; 

LORRAINE BARRINGTON Montgomery, Ala ; MORGAN BERRY 

. . . Cynthiona, Ky.; JOHN BIEGGER Miami; SUZANNE 

BLOW . . . Jocksonville KENNON BOYETTE . DeLand; TOM- 

MIE BRADDOCK . . . Jacksonville; MARY JO BRADDY Ft 

Lauderdale; MADELYNE BRADY . . . Miami; NANCY BRENNER 
. . . Riviera Beach; HELEN BROKENSHIRE . Orange City; 

MARGIE BROOKS . . . Miami; ROBERT BUSH . . . Morristown, 



N J.; BOERNER BUTTS DeLand; OLIVER CAMPBELL, JR. 

. DeLand; GENE CARTER Dade City; RAYMOND CAR- 

UTHERS . Pohokee; THEODORE CASSIDY . . Ormond Beach; 

JAMES ARTHUR GATES Ctro ROBERT ARTHUR CHASTAIN 

DeLand; JOHN CHRISTENBERRY . . Daytono Beach; LILLIE 
MAE COLLINS Avon Park; HOMER COOKSEY . . . Winter Ha 

ven COOK WILSON COPELAND Port Oronge; MARILYN 

CRAIG . . Lakeland; ANNA MAY CRESSE . . . Miami; JEWELL 
DAVIS . . . Jacksonville; RONALD DELILLA , . , Rutherford, N. J.; 
MARY DELONEY . Jacksonville; FAYE DIETZEN Ft Laud- 

erdale; JUNE DILIARD . . . DeLand 



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FIRST ROW Dinkins, D. Dunton, J. Dunton, Dury, Edwards, Grady, Hockworth, Haddock. SECOND ROW Hogood, 
Harrell, Hendricks, Heney, Honsberger, Huff, Huffman, Hussey. THIRD ROW: Hyde, Ingram, Jernigan, Johnson, Johnston, 
Kennington, Ketchem, Kinsey. FOURTH ROW; Krause, Lane, Laneir, Lawrence, Lewis, Lindsey, Logan. FIFTH ROW; 
McColl, McCorkle, McCormick, Mace, Mahoffey, Marfin, Mazur, Melton, Milligan. 



MADELINE DINKINS . . . DeLand, DORIS DUNTON De- 

Land; JO ANNE DUNTON . . . DeLand BETTY JEANNE DURY 
. . . Johnson City, N. Y.; ELWYN EDWARDS . , , Tampa; JAMES 
HACKWORTH . . Orlando; TERESA HADDOCK . . Live Oak 
BETTY HAGOOD . . . Crestview; JAMES HARRELL . . Stuart 
DANA HENDRICKS . . . Mefter, Go ; JESSIE HENEY . . . DeLand 
HARRY HONSBERGER . . . Largo; PATSY HUFF . . West Palm 
Beach; ROBERT HUFFMAN . . Cleorsprlng, Md ; BETTIE LEE 
HUSSEY . . . DeLond; W. RAY HYDE . . . Detroit, Mich.; MAR- 
THA INGRAM . . Ft. Pierce; DOUGLAS JERNIGAN . DeLand; 
JANE JOHNSON . . Bowling Green, Ky ; JAMES D. JOHNSTON 



. . . Dade City; ROY A. KENNINGTON . . . Panama City; WIL- 
LIAM KETCHAM . Stuart; ANN KINSEY . . . Cincinnati, O.; 
DEMARIES KRAUSE Ft Pierce; FRED LANE . . . DeLand; 
MARY ANN LANIER . . Clearwater; RAYMOND JOSEPH LAW- 
RENCE . . . Holly Hill; JOYCE LEWIS . . . Sarasota; JO ANN 
LINDSEY . . . Jacksonville; CHARLES LOGAN . . DeLond; CARL 
DEAN McCALL . . . Geneva, Ala ; JOHN MILTON McCORKLE 

. . . Doytono Beach; FLORA JEAN McCORMICK . . . DeLand; 
JOAN M. MACE . . Marion, S C ; TOM MAHAFFEL ... De- 
Land; PETER MAZUR . . . Poland; LEONARD MELTON . . . 
Graham; VIRGINIA MILLIGAN. 



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FIRST ROW: Milligon, Morgon, E. Morris, M. Morris, Moss, Musgrove, Nance. SECOND ROW Noylor, J. Nichols, V. 
Nichols, Northern, O'Connell, Painter. THIRD ROW; Porrish, Perry, Pixley, A. Price, W. R. Price, W. J. Price, Priest, Quick. 
FOURTH ROW Renfroe, Rich, Roberts, Robinson, Roe, L. Rogers, S. Rogers, Rolston. FIFTH ROW: Rossi, Ryerson, Samples, 
Scronton, Semple, Shotford, Shaw, Shirley. 



JUDSON MORGAN . . Zephyr Hills; EDNA MORRIS . . . Man- 
darin; MARY LOU MORRIS . . . Severna Park, Md ; ISABELLE 
MOSS . Delroy Beach; JOHNOLA KELLEY MUSGROVE 

Blountstown; JAMES NANCE . . . Colllnsvllle, Ala; CHARLOTTE 
NAYLOR . . . Sebring; JOY NICHOLS . . . Daytona Beach; VIV- 
IAN NICHOLS . . Lakeland; ANN NORTHERN . DeLand; 
ROBERT O'CONNELL. . . Paterson, N J JEANINE PAINTER 
. . . Groveland; ULMER H. PARRISH . . . Miami; LORENA PERRY 
. . . Uncasville, Ct , JOYCE PIXLEY . . . Webster; AUDREY PRICE 
. . Live Oak; WILLIS PRICE . . . Mandarin; CLIFFORD PRIEST 



. . . Anthony; DUANE QUICK . . DeLond; ANN RENFROE . . . 
Otter Creek; JACKIE RICH . , . Holly Hill; ANN ROBERTS . . . 
Lake Butler; GEORGE ROBINSON . DeLand; BETTY JEAN ROE 

. . . Warner Robins, Go.; LORETTA ROGERS . . Bristol, Vo. SHIR- 
LEY ANN ROGERS . . . Miami; ROBERT ROLSTON . St. Peters- 
burg; WILLIAM ROSSI . . . Pittsburgh, Pa.; LOIS RYERSON . . . 
Homestead; JAMES SAMPLES . . . DeLond; WILLIAM SCRANTOM, 
JR. . Jocksonville; JAMES SEMPLE . . . Miami; SIDNEY SHAT- 

FORD . . Lake Helen; JACK SHAW . . . Miami; HOKE SHIRLEY 

. . . Pohokee. 



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FIRST ROW: Shriver, Sikes, Slode, Snowden, Stadnick, Stephany, M. Stevenson, N. Stevenson. SECOND ROW: Stillwell, 
Stoner, Tolton, Taylor, Toole, Word, Whipple, Wilde. THIRD ROW: Wlilord, A. Williams, C. Williams, S. Williams, H. 
Wing, K. Wing, Winningham, Wren. 



GEORGE SHRIVER, JR. . Jacksonville; ERNEST SIKES Mi 

ami; CLOE ELLEN SLADE Winter Park; PATRICIA SNOWDEN 

. . . DeLond; VINCE STADNICK . Maitland; EDWARD STE- 

PHANY . . . Bethel, Conn.; MIMMS STEVENSON Winchester, 

Ky.; NANCY STEVENSON . . Babson Park; NANCY STILLWELL 

. . . Mt. Vernon, O.; WILLIAM STONER . . . Titusville; MARILYN 
TALTON . . . DeLand; MARILYN TAYLOR ... Bee Ridge, JAMES 
TAVENIERE . . . Closter, N J ; RICHARD TOOLE . DeLand; 



PATRICIA WARD Oklawaha; RICHARD WHIPPLE . Opa- 

locka; DOT WILDE . . . Asheville, N C ; LOUELLA WILLARD . . . 
Daytono Beach; ALMA WILLIAMS . . . Miami; CHARLES WIL- 
LIAMS ... St. Augustine; SHIRLEY WILLIAMS . . . Ormond; 
JOHN H. WING . . . West Palm Beach; KENNETH WING . . . 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; OTHA WINNINGHAM, JR. . . . Jacksonville; BILL 
WREN . . . Indian Lake. 



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FIRST ROW Ashmore, Avermon, B, Bailey, S. Boiley, Baker. SECOND ROW: Boss, Beighley, A. BenneM, P. Bennett, Benson, 
Betheo. THIRD ROW: Blokeney, Bloylock, Boone, Borling, Bowen, Bragger, Breyfogle, Brisson. FOURTH ROW: Brooks, 
Brown, Bryant, Bunton, Cain, Gates, Cheek, Clausen. FIFTH ROW: Cochran, C. Cole, A. Cole, M. Connell, S. Connell, 
Crowe, Daniel, Davis. 



BETTY ASHMORE . Miami, MARTIN AVERMAN . . Pitts- 
burgh, Po ; BARBARA BAILEY . . . Ocala; SUE BAILEY . . . 
Clearwater; ROBERT BAKER . . . Umatilla; JANE BASS . . . 
Albany, Ga.; HAYWARD BATEMAN . ^ . Augusta, Ga,; FRED 
BEIGHLEY . Jacksonville; ANNIE LAURIE BENNETT Or- 

lando; PHILIP BENNETT . . . DeLand; ROBERT BENSON . . . 
Hiawatha, Kan,; EVA LOUISE BETHEA , . . Okeechobee; JAMES 
BLAKENEY DeLand; THOMAS E. BLAYLOCK, JR. . . . Jack- 

sonville; MARY FRANCES BOONE . . . Savannah, Ga.; BETTY 
BORLING , . . Orlando; JAMES D. BOWEN . . . Brooksville; 
JANET BRAGGER . . . Greenwich, R I ; ROBERT BREYFOGLE . . . 



. . . Cassadaga; ROBERT BRISSON . . . Sonford; EDWARD 
BROOKS . . . Sanford, N C ; NORMA FAYE BROWN . Inver- 

ness; JAMES C. BRYANT . . . Jacksonville LOIS FAYE BUNTON 

. . . Jacksonville; JOHN N. CAIN . . . New Smyrna Beach; 
VELERA CATES . Citra; JIMMY CHEEK . . Orlando; JOHN 

CLAUSEN, JR. . . Norfolk, Va.; JOSEPH COCHRAN . . . Day- 
tona Beach; ALICE COLE . . . Burlington, N. C; CAROLYN ANN 
COLE . . . Ocalo; LAURA ALICE COLE . . . Burlington, N. C; 
MARY CONNELL . . Winter Garden; SHIRLEY CONNELL . . . 
Bell Glade; CAROLYN DANIEL . . Orlando; VIRGINIA DAVIS 

. . . Orlondo. 



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FIRST ROW: Deons, Deese, DeLay, Diauillion, Donnelley, Drowdy, Eddlngs, Elliott. SECOND ROW: Elworthy, Farthing 
Flanagan, P. Fletcher, R. Fletcher, Folmor, Foster, Fountain. THIRD ROW: Frederick, Frink, Fugote, Gailbreath, Gatlin, 
Gentry, Gibson, C. Gray. FOURTH ROW: J. Gray, Green, Griffin, Grindey, Haire, Hall, Honey, Hargrove. FIFTH ROW: 
C. M. Harris, C. J. Horris, Heorin, Heothcoe, Heneley, Hodkins, Howord. 



WILLIAM DEANS . . . Holly Hill; IRIS DEESE . . . Delray Beach; 
JOHN DeLAY . . DeLond; BRUNO DiGUILLIAN . . . West Palm 
Beach; RICHARD DONNELLY Berwyn, III ; DORIS DRAWDY 

. . . Kissimmee; NANCY EDDINGS . . . Jacksonville; WILLIAM 
ELLIOTT . . Palatka; RICHARD ELWORTHY . . . Elmhurst; 

HAROLD EPPERSON Eustis; BETTY FARTHING . Miami; 

DOROTHY FLANAGAN . . . Lakeland; PAUL FLETCHER . . 

Qumcy; R. FLETCHER O'Brien; JOSEPH N. FOLMAR 

Miami; LAWRENCE J. FOSTER Miami JAMES FOUNTAIN 

. . . Pensacola; GERALDINE FREDERICK . Winter Haven; 

YVONNE FRINK . . . Inverness; DOROTHY FUGATE . Williston; 



MARY JEANNE GAILBREATH . Waycross, Ga ; ANNE GATLIN 

. . . Ocala; JOYCE GENTRY . . . West Palm Beach; JOYCE 
GIBSON . . . DeLand; CHRISSY GRAY . . . Winter Haven; JAMES 
GRAY ... Ft. Lauderdale; JEAN GREEN . . . DeLand; BILLY 
GRIFFIN . . Miami; BETTY GRINDEY . Chicago, III ; MARY 

LOU HAIRE . . . Marion, N. C; ENOCH HALL . . . Viper, Ky.; 
ESTHER LEE HANEY . . . Bonifay; BARBARA HARGRAVE . . . 
Pensacola; CHARLES MANNING HARRIS, JR. . . Maitland; 

CLYDE J. HARRIS Plant City; GLEN AUSTIN HEARIN . . . 

St. Louis, Mo ; ROSAMOND HEATHCOE . . Plant City; JACK 
HENELEY. . . Asheville, N C; HOWARD HODKINS. . West 
Palm Beach; MARTHA HOWARD . . . Ocoee. 



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FIRST ROW: Hunf, Ivey, Johnson, Jones, Kepler. SECOND ROW Kimbrough, Lannon, Lenczyk, Lloyd, Lonsinger, McGough. 
THIRD ROW McLeod, Montre, Monn, Mortin, Middleton, Mikell, Millicon, Murray. FOURTH ROW: Nichols, Nor- 
ton, Oksnee, Owen, Owens, Painter, Parker, Parks. FIFTH ROW: Pence, Perry, Peters, Phimister, Pogioli, Poole, 
Poston, Pratt. 



EUGENE HUNT . . DeLond, BETTY LOUISE IVEY Winter 

Haven; DOROTHY JOHNSON Ft Myers; DORIS JEANNE 

JONES . . ^ Anna Maria; SARAH KEPLER ... Ft .Lauderdole; 
CLINT KIMBROUGH . Brooksville; BARBARA LANNON . . . 

Jacksonville; LORRAINE NANCY LENCZYK . . Hartford, Conn,; 
BRUCE W. LLOYD . . Mexia, Ala ; RODNEY LONSINGER 
Des Ploines, III ; EASTER ANN McGOUGH St Cloud JOSEPH 

McCLEOD ... St. Petersburg; SALVATORE MANFRE Pali- 

sades Pork, N. J.; DAN MANN . Lakeland BARBARA MARTIN 

. . . DeLond; EMMA VIRGINIA MIDDLETON DeLand; JULIE 

MIKELL . . . Merritt Island; ANN MILLICAN . . . Clermont; 



EDWARD MURRAY . Orlando; FRED LENTON MURRAY . . . 

DeLand; WALTER J. NICHOLS Peterson, N. J.; NANCY 

NORTON ... Ft. Lauderdale; JACK OKSNEE . . . Pork Ridge, III.; 
FRANCES OWEN . . . Inverness; ROBERT OWENS . Somoset; 

GEORGE D. PAINTER . . Groveland MARY EDNA PARKER . . . 
Plant City; GLORIA JANE PARKS . Jocksonville; BARBARA 

PENCE . . . Delroy Beach, WILLIS PERRY . . . Decotur, Go.; 
NANCY LELIA PETERS Atlonto, Go.; JEAN PHIMISTER 

Crystal Lake, III.; RICHARD POGGIOLi . . . Queens, N. Y.; JANE 
POOLE . . . Decatur, Go ; MARY HELEN POSTON . Kingsport, 

Tenn.; WILLARD PRATT . . . Miami. 



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FIRST ROW: Price, Prieur, Pulliam, Rand, Raulerson, Reaves, Richardson, Robbins. SECOND ( OW Roberts, Robinson, 
Rosenstone, Ross, Russell, Sabatino, Salter, Sayre. THIRD ROW: Schultz, Sharp, Sibley, Sims, J. Slack, P. Slack, Sloan, 
Slough. FOURTH ROW Smiley, M. Smith, N. Smith, 0. Smith, W. Smith, Stalls, Steele, Stevens. FIFTH ROW: Stewart, 
S. Stokes, W. Stokes, Sullivan, Swartz, Tombur, Taveniere. 



CHARLES M. PRICE Abingdon, Vo ; RICHARD PRIEUR 

Onalaska, Wis ; D. EUGENE PULLIAM Hilliard; KATHRYN 

RAND . . DeLand; WALTER RAULERSON DcLand; TED M. 

REAVES Kissimmee; CHARLES E. RICHARDSON DeLand; 

BARBARA ROBBINS . Daytona Beach ELIZABETH ANN 

ROBERTS . . . Lake Butler; PATRICIA ROBINSON Chevy 

Chose, Md.; JEAN ROSENSTONE . . . Combndge, III,; DOROTHY 
ROSS . . . Woshington, D. C; ANNE RUSSELL , . , DeLand; 
SUSAN SABATINO Crescent City; WALTER H. SALTER, JR. 

. . . Jocksonville; WILLIAM LOUIS SAYRE . . . Holly Hill 
FARRAR SCHULTZ . . Atlanta, Go ; RALPH SHARP . Polotko 

CLARENCE SIBLEY ... Ft. Myers; DAN SIMS . . . Daytona Beach 



JOAN SLACK . . Clearwater; PATRICIA SLACK Cleorwater; 

WILLIAM SLOAN . Fort Meade VERNON SLOUGH . De 

Land; EDNA M. SMILEY Crescent City; MELVIN SMITH . . 

Ridgefield Park, N, J ; NANCY SMITH . , . Merritt Island; OLIVE 
SMITH . DeLand; WILLIAM SMITH . Valparaiso; REBECCA 

STALLS , . Polmdole; MARCUS STEELE . , Daytona Beach, 

MARTHA STEVENS . Atlanta, Go; EVELYN ELIZABETH 

STEWART . , , Ft. Lauderdale; SAMUEL H. STEWART . . . Lake 
City; SHIRLEY STOKES Kmgsport, Tenn WAYNE STOKES 

. . . Kmgsport, Tenn., PAULA SWARTZ . . . Atlanta, Go.; GUIDO 
TAMBUR . Toledo, O; STANLEY TAVENIERE . . . Closter, N J 



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FIRST ROW: Toylor, Temoshehuk, Templeton, Thames, Thompson, Toole. SECOND ROW Turner, Usher, Verdery, Worden, 
Wossenoot, Weissleder. THIRD ROW West, White, Whitemen, Wilcox, Willcox, Williams, Wills, Wissler. FOURTH ROW: 
Woodward, Wooley, Wooten, Young. 



PATRICIA TAYLOR Bee Ridge JOHN TEMOSHEHUK . . 

Ottsville, Pq ; BILLIE TEMPLETON Miami; MARILYNN 

THAMES Osprey; JOHN THOMPSON Haines City; 

LILLIAN TOOLE . . . DeLand; CHARLIE TURNER Delray 

Beach; HARRY J. USHER Miami; KATHERINE VERDERY . . 

Atlanta, Go ; WILLIAM F. WARDEN . . DeLand; JOY WASSE- 
NAAT . Orlondo; ALBERT WEISSLEDER . . . Yonkers, N. Y.; 

MARY CAROL WEST St Augustine; ROBERT WHITE . . . 



Winter Park; DAVID WHITEMAN . . . Grand Ropids, Mich.; 
CURTIS WILCOX Atlantic Beach; HERBERT S. WILLCOX . . . 

Jacksonville; ANNA MARGARET WILLIAMS . - . Lake Wales; 
ANDREW MANN WILLS Daytona Beach; ARTHUR WISSLER, 

JR. . . . Jacksonville; CONNIE WOODWARD DeLand; HENRY 

WOOLEY Live Oak; SPENCER PAUL WOOTEN, JR. ... 

Jacksonville; VIRGINIA YOUNG . . . Palatka. 



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WILLIAM EDWARD DUCKWITZ, Mus.D. 
Dean of the School of Music 



Dr. Duckwitz holds his degree 
from Bucknell University. He has 
studied piano at the Chicago Musi- 
cal College and in Leipzig and 
Munich, Germany. He has been 
with Stetson's School of Music since 
1922. 




SCHOOL OF MUSIC 



OFFICERS 

President JAMES THOMAS OWENS 

Vice-President JOHN SIMS 

Secretory JEANE HARRIS 

Treasurer HOWARD GOLD 

Freshman Representative RAY HELTON 



ALLINGER, HELEN — Professor of Organ, 1940; B.M. Cincinnati Col- 
lege of Music; Public School Music, New York U.; Studied opera, 
oratorio, end liturgical music, Germony, Fiance, and England; M.S.M. 
Union Theological Seminary. 

BUXTON, FRANCES — Professor of Violin and Theory and Conductor 
of Symphony Orchestra, 1943; B,M. Cleveland Institute of Music; 
Studied Violin and Composition, Mills College, California. 

FEASEL, RICHARD — Associate Professor of Wind and Percussion In- 
struments and Director of the Band, 1946; B.M., MA. John B. 
Stetson U.; Studied arranging in New YotW; Studied composition and 
improvisation, Paris. 

FRASER, VIOLET — Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory, 1945; 
B M , MM. in Theory, Eastman School of Music, 

GOVE, MRS. VERONICA — Associote Professor of Public School Music, 
1931; B.M. U. of Illinois; M.A. Columbia U. 



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NEWBY, HAZEL — Instructor in Piano, 1947; A.B. U. of Tampa; 
Piano, Western Carolina Teacher's College. 

YAXLEY, DONALD — Instructor in Wind Instruments, 1949; B.M., 
M A. John B, Stetson U. 

BALLENGER, KENNETH — Associate Professor of Voice, 1948; A.B., 
B.M. Hardin Simmons U.; M.M. Eastman School of Music; Opera 
Coaching under Guisseppe, Bambuschek ond Leonard Treash. 

CUSHMAN, ROGER — Assistant Professor of Piano, 1950; B.M., M.A. 
Yale U. School of Music; Piano under Nicholas Medtner and 
Stobccis Mollhay in England under Ditson Europeon Fellowship. 

FISHER, ETHEL — Assistant Professor of Piano, 1923; Piano and theory. 
Metropolitan School of Music, Indianapolis, Indiana; private study 
under Mrs. Crosby Adams; Melody Way Class piano method with 
Effie Perfield, John Williams, and William O'Toole; piano under 
Dr. W. E. Duckwitz, DeLand, Florida. 



GIFFIN, HAROLD — Professor of Voice and Director of Glee Clubs, 1935; 
A.B. Denison U.; M.A. in voice and Musicology; B.M., Voice Perform- 
er, Eastman School of Music; Pupil of Adelin Fermin and Allan F. 
Schirmer; Song Literature under Emanuel Balaban; Opera Coaching 
under Nicholas Konraty; Voice under Arthur Kraft; additional gradu- 
ate study, Eastman School of Music. 

LEEK, ELEANOR — Associate Professor of Cello and Theory, 1946; 
B.M., MM Eastman School of Music; Cellist, Copenhagen String 
Quartet; studied with Kurt Reher; Cello pupil of Gerard Hekking and 
Luigo Silva. 

RICHARDSON, RUTH — Assistant Professor of Voice, 1946; B.S. Hough- 
ton College; MM. Eastman School of Music; Vocal study with Arthur 
Kraft; Vocal coaching with Dr. Gerhardt. 



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NOT PICTURED: Brown, Carlton E. ;Brown, Donald R , Dicks, Lenvil H.; 
Diguilian, Roger; Harris, Irma Jeanne; Jones, William Dudley; Schlegel, 
J Louis; Stillwell, Sarah Catherine; Walker, Sara Elizabeth. 



EARL COMPTON 1222 Mt. Vernon, Orlando 

Glee Club; Student Leader; Radio Chorus; Travel Squad; Key 

Member; B. S. U, President; Executive Council; State B, 5. U- 

Music Director; Secretary of Music School; Who's Who. 

ERNEST COWLEY 1910 E. Osborne, Tompo 

Band, Librarian, Second Lieutenant-Treasurer, Captain-President; 
Orchestra, President; Pep Band; Kappa Kappa Psi, Treasurer, 
President; MENC, President; Pit Orchestra, Conductor (Little 
Theatre); Theta Alpha Phi; Lambda Chi Alpha; Camera Club; 
Recording Technician; W. J. B. S.; R. O. T. C, Instructor. 

JOHN EVERETT 

Glee Club, Radio Chorus, Travel Squad, Student Leader, Publicity 
Director, Quartet, Sextet, Opera; Canterbury Club, Vice-President; 
Soloist, Stetson Symphony Orchestra; Messiah Soloist; MENC. 

DOROTHY FLORY Pequeo, Po. 

Orchestra, Treasurer, Concert Master; Little Theatre Pit Orchestra; 
Phi Beta, President; Outstanding Student; The Honor; Who's 
Who; United World Federalists; Student Teacher; Honor Roll. 

JEANE HARRIS Bortow 

Glee Club; Girls' Manager, Radio; General Manager, Tiovel; Phi 
Beta; Delta Delta Delta, Secretary, President; Secretary Music 



School; Vice-President House Council; Freshman Advisor; Presi- 
dnt Pan-Hellenic Council; Who's Who. 

CHARLOTTE JUDGE Rt. 1, Orlando 

Glee Club; Phi Beta, Historian; Y. W. A.; B. S. U , The Honor. 

CONNIE MOODY 

Glee Club, Travel Squad, Radio Chorus, Key Member, Student 
Conductor; Phi Beta; B. S .U.; Y. W. A. 

JAMES T. OWENS Stor Rt., Chipley 

Pi Kappa Phi; Band, Staff Sergeant; Orchestra, Vice-President; 

Student Body Executive Committee; Men's Council; B. S. U.; Little 

Theatre Pit Orchestra; Pep Band; Trombone Quartet. 

SHIRLA SHAW 342 E. Orange St., Jesup, Go. 

Secretary Freshman Class; Glee Club, Travel Squad, Radio Chorus, 
Key Member, Women's Pub. Manager; B. S. U. Quartet; Phi 
Beta; Alpha Dexioma; Y. W. A.; Volunteers for Christian Service; 
The Honor; Who's Who; House Council; Freshman Advisor; 
B. S. U. 

NANCY WILLIAMS 541 Valencia Dr., Sonford 

Glee Club, Travel Squad; Beta Phi Sorority. 



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Clifton 
Dancz 



Drvis 

DeYoung 

Fitzpotrick 



Kelly 
Lynn 
Perry 
Sims 
Thurmond 



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ANN CLIFTON . . . DeLand; ROGER DANCZ . . . Ludington, 
Mich MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS Chpley JOHN DeYOUNG 

. . . PentivQter, Mich.; NOREEN FITZPATRICK . . Ellicott- 



ville, N Y , DELORES KELLY . . Bartow; BETTY LYNN . . . 
Jacksonville, EDSON PERRY . . . Uncasville, Ct.; JOHN SIMS 
. . . DeLand; ADRIENNE THURMOND . . Fort Pierce. 



It's a man's size job. 



A lighter moment — posed? 




Lightfoot 




DOROTHY BOHREN . . . Warren, Po.; PETER BUKOR . Sanford; 

JEAN COCHRAN . . . Daytona Beach; JACK COLDIRON . . . 
Kingsport, Tenn.; CECIL HOLLEY . . . Blountstown; JACK HOLT 

. . . Ludington, Mich ; NANCY LIGHTFOOT . . . Blountstown, 
BETTY JEAN LUND . . Ludington, Mich; CARLE DEAN McCALL 

. . . Genua; DIXIE McMILLAN . . . Port Au Prince, Haiti, FRED 



S. MAUK . , . Pine Castle; GABRIELA MOLINA . Jacksonville; 

DONALD RICHARDSON Bellview; KATHERINE SLATON . 

Eustis; CARL VOLLRATH . Delroy Beach; KNOX H. WILKINSON 

. . . Charlotte, N. C , STAFFORD WING . . . West Palm Beach; 
CAROLE VAN ALLSBURG . . . Grand Rapids, Mich. 



road smiles — it must bfi good 



All three at once? 




Beck 
Bennett 
Blair 
Brumley 



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Cherry 

Chaney 

Dann 

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DIANE BECK . . . Bradenton, ROY EDWARD BENNETT . West 

Palm Beach; DEAN BLAIR . . . Warren, Pa.; ANN GARY ... St. 
Petersburg; ROBERT CHERRY . . . Lexington, Va.; KENNETH 
CHANEY . . . Daytona Beach; LOIS DANN . . . Winter Garden; 
MARGARET FEINSOD Venice; ARTHUR FRANK Daytona 

Beach; EVELYN GORDON Winter Haven; DOLORES HANCOCK 

. . . Delray Beach; WALTER HAWKINS . . . DeLand; JOHN 
HENDRIX . . . DeLand; BARBARA HURST . , . Kingsport, Tenn.; 



DOROTHY JAMES Miami; JANET LEAKE . . Washington, 

D C; 0. LEE NELSON Miami; BETTY NORDMAN . . .Oak 

Pork, III ; MARY ANN PARRISH Ocala MARTHA PAXTON 

. . . New Smyrna Beach; ROBERTA PEMBLE . . St. Petersburg; 
EDWARD RANDALL Palotko MERTON REDDICK . Amster- 

dam, N. Y.; JEAN ANN REED ... St. Petersburg; RICHARD 
THORNTON . . . Miami; MARIAN TOLLES . . . Ludington, Mich.; 
MICKEY WALKER Marion, N C ; DOROTHY WAMBLE 

Bonifay; JEAN WRIGHT . . . Schellsburg, Pa. 



Music for every child. 

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JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB 

TRAVEL SOUAD 

The Glee Clubs consist of one hundred and ten voices selected by audition from the student 
body. Forty voices are selected as a travel squad which makes on average of fifty-five appear- 
ances each school year. Concerts ore given in Florida and nearby states. The past year was high- 
lighted by a coast to coast broadcast over the Mutual Broadcasting System on the College Choir 
Series program, an appearance before the International Kiwanis Convention, and a production of 
Sigmund Romberg's "Desert Song." 

Other highlights included the annual presentation of "The Messiah," and an appearance before 
the District Convention of Kiwonis. The clubs sang for the Annual Florida Baptist Convention, 
the state convention of the Women's Missionary Union and, it is interesting to note, presented 
"The Messiah" at the Edison Pageant of Light. 

The band and glee clubs appeared together for the second time as a marching unit during 
Homecoming. The organizations also provided the customary music for commencement. 

A great amount of time is devoted by the "glee clubber" to the clubs, but there is compensa- 
tion from singing under the direction of a conductor like Prof. Harold M. Giffin in the form of fine 
experience and just the plain joy of it all. 



Many experiences; 
Appearing with 
Visiting artists. 



Just relaxing. 



More formal 
Entertainment. 




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SOPRANO 

"Barley, Betty Jane; Beck, Diane; Bragger, Janet; *Cary, Ann; Chapman, Joan; Clark, Patty; Collins, Lillie Mae; Deese, Iris; Dunton, 
Doris, Edwards, Wildo; Farthing, Betty; Feinsod, Margaret; Hanrock, Dolores; 'Harris, Jeane; *Hart, Carroll; Hartshorn, Dolores; 
Hodge, Douglas; Howard, Martha Ann; Hutt, Patsy; Jomes, Dot; 'Kelly, Delores; Lacock, Audrey; Leake, Janet; *Lynn, Betty; McGough, 
Easter Ann; McMillan, Dixie; Molina, Gabnela; 'Moody, Connie; 'Nordman, Betty; Parrish, Mary Ann; Poxton, Martha; Raftield, 
Betty Zone; 'Reed, Jean Ann; Series, Ruth; 'Shaw, Shirlo; 'Smith, Barbara Jeon; 'Stillweli, Sally; Stokes, Shirley; 'Tabor, Louise; 
Taylor, Potricia; 'Tillis, Kathy; 'Warren, Sue; 'Williams, Nancy; Wirick, Beverly. 

ALTO 

Allen, Nino; 'Braddock, Tommie; Cotes, Eva Maye; Carmichael, Helen; 'Davis, Mary Elizabeth; Dunton, Jo 
Ann; Eddings, Nancy; Fitzpatrick, Noreen; 'Fleming, Jimmie Nell; "Flippo, Betty; 'Gordon, Evelyn; 'Grittis, 
Sylvia; Hagood, Betty; 'Hendricks, Dana; "Hooper, Robin; 'Hurst, Barbara; 'Jones, Jeonne; "Lightfoot, Nancy; 
McCall, Carle Dean; Mace, Joan; Pemble, Roberta; Powell, Morgaret; "Slaton, Kathy; Snowden, Patricia; 
Turner, Shirley; Wamble, Dorothy; Willis, Jimmie; 'Wright, Jean. 

ACCOMPANISTS 

'Burrell, Joyce; 'Cochran, Jean; 'Grover, Betty; Newcomer, Donna. 

TENOR 

'Andrews, Glen, Blakeney, James; 'Brown, Carlton; Brown, Donald; 'Carter, Carlton; Choney, Kenneth; Crowe, 
Bob; 'Everett, John; 'Holley, Bill; Ketchom, William; McGough, Bill; 'Mauk, Fred; 'Nelson, Neil; 'Pinder, 
Walt; 'Sims, John; Wing, John; 'Wing, Stafford. 

BASS 

Batts, Lamar; Blair, Dean; 'Brasher, Gene; 'Brumley, Stanley; 'Carter, Jim, Cherry, Bob; Christie, Bob; 'Cold- 
iron, Jock; Colli.TS, Les; 'Compton, Earl; 'Doty, Bob; "Helton, Ray; 'Jones, Bill; 'Kennison, Lewis; 'Lassiter, 
Dick; Nelson, Lee; Polmer, Al; Redick, Merfon; 'Richardson, Don; Seegors, Ben; Schneider, Robert; 'Stancil, 
Lewis; Thornton, Richord; Walker, Mickey; White, Robert; Wi'kinson, Knox; Woodward, Pat 

OFFICERS 

General Monoger, Jeanne Horris; Student Conductors, Delores Kelly and Earl Compton; Publicity, Robin Hooper; 
Men's Manager, John Sims; Girl's Manager, Shiria Shaw. 

* Denotes Travel Squad 



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B. STETSUN UNIVERSITY 
SYMPHONY DREHESTRA 

CONDUCTOR 
MISS FRANCES BUXTON 

OFFICERS 

ROGER Dl GIULIAN President 

SUZANNE CRAWFORD Vice-President 

DOROTHY FLORY Secretary 

FAYE DIETZEN Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Joyce Abrahamson Clint Kimbrough 

Dean Blair Fred Lane 

Carolyn Baltzer John Lauer 

Dorothy Bohren Betty Lund 

Ann Clitton James Thomas Owens 

Suzanne Crawford Edson Perry 

Gary Crawford John Philip 

Roger Dancz Howard Schmock 

John De Young Marian Tolles 

Frank Diers Carole Van Allsburg 

Faye Dietzen Carl Vollrath 

Roger Di Giulian Harold Young 

Dorothy Flory Groce Zimmerman 

Arthur Frank Roy Bennett 

Richard Higgins Murial Brown (not U. student) 

Jack Holt Jessie Heney 





STETSON UNIVERSITY 
SYMPHONIC BAND 



OFFICERS 

Captam (President) . . ERNEST COWLEY 

First Lieutenant (V-Pres. -Publicity) 

ROGER DANCZ 
First Lieutenant (Social Chairman) 

RICHARD HIGGINS 



9 5 0-1951 
Second Lieutenant (Secretary) . ANN PRICE 

Second Lieutenant (Treosurer) LENVIL DICKS 

Staff Sergeant (Operations) . JOHN DE YOUNG 
Staff Sergeant (Operations) . J. T. OWENS 

Corporal (Librarian) JOAN McLEAN 



MEMBERS 



Lauer, John; Lund, Betty Jean; Lyster, Howard; McCorkle, John; McLean, Joan; Mills, John; Moeller, Ray; Naylor, Char 
lotte; Nelson, Roger, Owens, James T.; Philip, John; Pounds, Walter; Price, Ann; Randall, Edward Pete, drum major 
Richordson, Charles; Salter, Walter; Schmock, Howard; Schneider, Robert; Self, William; Solbrig, Gloria; Tolles, Marian 
Toole, Lillian; Turner, Charles; Van Allsburg, Carole; Veatch, Barbara; Visconti, John; Vollrath, Carl; Walker, Mickey 
Wamble, Dorothy, Williams, Shirley, Young, James; Young, Savilla; Foster, Annabelle; Kepler, Joy. 

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fruiiiuic, L/uiuiiiy, ttiiiiuiiis, j c]r, i uuii^, vuiiica, i uuii^, 

MAJORETTES: Patti Plank, Betty Jo Lester, Phyllis Ann Jon 



Director Richard M. Feasel 










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OFFICERS 

ERNEST COWLEY 
President 

ROGER DANCZ 
Vice-President 

JOHN DE YOUNG 
Secretary 

RICHARD HIGGINS 
Treasurer 

PETER BUKER 
Parliamentarian 

GARY CRAWFORD 
Chaplain 



I N FAC U LTATE 

Richard M. Feosei 
Donald C. Yaxley 




KAPPA KAPPA PSI 



Lenvil Dicks 
Howard Gold 
Jack Holt 



MEMBERS 

James T. Owens 
John McCorkle 
Boswell Kenna 
Howard Schmock 



Walter Pounds 
John Lauer 
Carl Vollroth 



GRADUATE STUDENTS 



Elwyn Brown 



Raymond Moeller 



TAU BETA SIGMA 



President . . 
Vice-President 

Secretary . . 



OFFICERS 

DORIS HART Treasurer CAROLYN BALTZER 

ANN CLIFTON Chaplain BARBARA CROSS 

. ANN PRICE Historian SUZANNE CRAWFORD 




MEMBERS 

Joyce Abrahomson 
Faye D^etzen 
Betty LunJ 
Joan McLea.T 
Charlotte Naylor 
Vivian Nichols 



SPONSOR 
Mrs. Richard M. Feas: 






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ROGER M. CUSHMAN 

Professor of Piano, School of Music 

Prof. Cushman entered Yale Uni- 
versity School of Music where he 
received his Bachelor of Music and 
Master of Music degrees in piano. 
During graduate study he taught 
piano at Yale and won there the 
Ditson European Fellowship which 
enabled him to study piano in Lon- 
don, England, with Nicholas Medt- 
ner and Tobias Matthay for severai 
years. 

Upon returning to the U. S., 
Prof. Cushman became o member 
of the piano faculty at Oberlin 
Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, 
Ohio. He then went to the North 
Texas State Teachers College at 
Denton, Texas, as associate profes- 
sor of music. 

After his honorable discharge 
from the Army, he returned for re- 
fresher courses in piano and in 
philosophy of music in the Classic 
and Romantic periods. After serv- 
ing as chairman of the piano de- 
partment and artist teacher at the 
Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Mu- 
sic, he came to Stetson. 

— Carlton Carter 




PHI BETA MUSIC FRATERNITY 



OFFICERS MEMBERS 

President DOROTHY FLORY Dorothy Bohren 

Vice-President CONNIE MOODY Suzanne Crawford 

Recording Secietary SHIRLEY TURNER Mary E, Davis 

Corresponding Secretary SUE WARREN Betty Grover 

Treasurer SHIRLA SHAW Jeone Harris 

Historian CHARLOTTE JUDGE Betty Lund 

Doorkeeper NOREEN FITZPATRICK 



Betty Lynn 

Gabriella Molina 

Ann Price 

Sally Stillwell 

Betty Walker 





GIRLS' ATHLETICS 



GDLF TEAM 



Price Bush, George Prison, Gene Hunt, Sol Israel, Marge McNeely, Chuck Rae, Jean Rosenstone, Guido Tambur 



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Head Coach 



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Backfield Coach 



CARL SIMMONS 

Line Coach 



FOOTBALL 






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Co-Captoins 
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1950 STETSON FOOTBALL TEAM 














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MIAMI 35 



STETSDN 9 



Gallagher, Bowden and Broadway tackle a Miami player 




The Miami University 
Hurricanes defeated a stub- 
born Stetson football squad 
in the Orange Bowl in a 
practice game at the begin- 
ning of the season. The 
Hurricanes snapped off an 
early first quarter lead of 
14 points. Their overall 
scoring came on a T.D. by 
Mike Vacchio off left guard; 
and again after grabbing a 
pass on the four. Ralph 
Fieler and Bob Schneiden- 
bach counted the other 
markers for the Hurricanes. 
Stetson scoring was by Dave 
Dean with a conversion by 
Martin and a safety in the 
Miami end zone. 




STETSDIV 34 



TRDY 7 



Stetson opened its regular 1950 football season at Conrad field with an impressive up- 
set of Troy State Teachers College 34-7. The touchdown glory went to Fred Hogan in 
the first half of the ball game when he scored twice against the stubborn teacher squad. 
Jerry Gallagher carried over the third Hatter T.D. in the first half. Don Martin counted 
two extra point markers. The pass combination of Johnson to Loude was unveiled and 
accounted for the two second half scores. Both of Martin's conversion attempts were good. 



ARMSTRONG 




Perhaps Stetson's biggest upset vic- 
tory of the highly successful 1950 
football season was the shading of 
the Wofford's Tigers in Spartanburg 
23-20 to break their 24-game win- 
ning streak. Don Martin recovered 
a fumble in the end zone for the first 
Hatter score. Stetson trailed at half- 
time 7-6. A seventeen-point third 
quarter counted touchdowns by Gal- 
lagher and Hogan, with Martin adding 
a field goal and two extra points. The 
Terriers scored twice in the fourth 
quarter, but the drive was too late. 
Billy Jo Leathers, rugged lineman, was 
outstanding in four periods on defen- 
sive play. 







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LEATHERS 

Little All American 





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Top right: Armstrong Bulls over 

Bottom Broadway scores with Loude's 
block 




The rampaging Hatters chalked up 
Jacksonville Navy's eleven to the vic- 
tory list by humiliating them in the 
local stadium 55-0. After a scoreless 
first period, Halfback Fulmer Arm- 
strong lead scoring with three touch- 
downs. Charlie Broadway skipped off 
the best run of the season with a 55- 
yard dash in the second period. The 
long touchdown list showed Arm- 
strong (3), Broadway, Hogan, Han, 
Johnson, Parrish and Don Martin 
counted six extra points. 



STETSON 55 



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STETSDN 42 



MILLIGAN 



The Hatter team chalked up the fourth consecu- 
tive victory of the season by dropping the Milligan 
College Buffaloes 42-0. A Johnson to Laude pass 
with a Martin conversion was the only score until the 
third period, when the Hats began to roll. The third 
period scoring saw Johnson pass again to Singletary 
and Broadway intercept a Milligan pass and go for 
the next 6. Singletary intercepted again and a 
Delilla to Yonge pass counted the fourth and fifth 



scores. Walt Jasinski took a Delilla pass for the final 
score. Don Martin kicked six successful conversions 
and Billy Jo Leathers and Paul Odom sparked Hatter 
defense. 



LAUDS 





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JOHNSON 

Honorable mention All American 



TAMPA 27 
STETSDIV ?D 




The Stetson Hatters dropped their first game of the season when they 
bowed to the Tampa Spartans 27-20 in Tampa. Even though the Hatters 
outplayed the Spartans in the second half, they failed to overcome Coach 
Sinkwich's squad. The Hatter scoring honors went to Lonsinger with a 70- 
yard touchdown sprint; Joe Raffaele, who snagged a pass from Bill Johnson 
for the T.D.; and Jerry Gallagher, who snached a Johnson pass and went 18 
yards for the score. Martin cashed in on two of the three conversion attempts. 

Stetson's defensive linemen — Nichols, Soppio, Leathers, Odom, Hughes, Tombur 




STETSON 28 



LIVIIVGSTDN 2B 



The Stetson eleven chalked up the fifth victory of the season by shading the Livingston Tigers 
28-26 in York, Alabama. After the Green team worked the ball into Livingston territory early 
in the first period, Johnson passed to Laude for the first score. Martin's point was good. Living- 
ston snapped back with a Reddish to Hicks pitchout for the score. The Hatters still led after the 
placement failed. After a third quarter Livingston punt, the Hatters carried 79 yards for the 
second score. Jerry Gallagher carried for the score. Fred Hogan carried for 60 yards after a 
Bowden interception in Hatter territory. The Livingston squad tried vainly for victory with three 
markers but Fulmer Armstrong carried on a pitchout for the insurance and the ball gome. 



FLDRIDA STATE 27 



STETSON 7 



The Hatters suffered defeat to a Florida State Seminole team before a huge crowd in Munici- 
pal stadium after the Seminole team cashed in on several breaks for the stunning 27-7 score. The 
Seminoles scored first when Italiano passed to Driver for the T.D. The next State score came 
when Ted Hewitt intercepted a Johnson pass and skipped to the T.D. and the 13-point lead. Stet- 
son's only score came when Jerry Gallagher bulled over from the 10. Don Martin converted. An 
Italiano to Brigger pass and an interception by Tommy Brown counted the final State scores to 
defeat the Hopeful Hatter team. 



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HDMECDMING 



STETSON 43 



ERSKIIVE 7 



The Erskine Flying Fleet fell before a Homecoming spirited Hatter eleven 43-7 before a capac- 
ity alumni crowd. The Hats scored first after an Armstrong punt set the Fleet on their own one- 
yard line. Jimmy King caught Charles Stuart in the end zone for two points. The scoring rose when 
Bob Marks punched over and Martin rolled up the extra point. The last scores were counted by 
Laude on a pass from Johnson, Hogan from the six-yard line, Laude again on a Johnson pass, 
with Marks and Armstrong with one each for the final 43 points. 



Fred Hogon scores the third touchdown 




GALLAGHER 

HENDRY 

MARKS 




STETSDM 7 



IVEWBERRY 



The Hatters traveled to the Newberry Indian reservation in South Carolina to drop the Warrior 
team 7-0. After defensive play sparked the first two periods, a Johnson to Laude pass counted 
the only score Martin converted and the Hats were again victorious. 



STETSDIV 41 



W. KENTUCKY 14 



The Hatters chalked up a more impressive margin in the Western Kentucky gome in Orlando 
when they dropped the Hilltoppers 41-14. The Hats took the initiative in the second period with 
a Hogan sprint and a Johnson to Laude pass. A Johnson to Martin pass counted the third score 
to count a lead of 21 points over the Hilltoppers. Mac Stevens counted the first Hilltop score. 
Willie Han carried next for the 28th Hatter point. Warren Mahon carried for the final Kentucky 
T D. Armstrong carried and Hon received a pass for the final scores. 




COBLE 

NELSON 

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BASKETBALL 



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STETSON . 


75 


STETSON 


85 


STETSON 


71 


STETSON 


105 


STETSON 


51 


STETSON 


88 


STETSON 


61 


STETSON . 


, 74 


STETSON . . 


67 


STETSON . 


. 62 


STETSON 


49 


STETSON 


. 55 


STETSON . 


. 71 


STETSON . 


. 73 


STETSON . 


. 62 


STETSON 


67 


STETSON . 


. 88 


STETSON 


68 


STETSON . 


. 66 


STETSON . 


. 61 


STETSON . 


. 62 


STETSON 


. 91 


STETSON . 


65 



TEAM RECORD 

FLORIDA SOUTHERN 58 

PATRICK AFB 39 

JACKSONVILLE NAS 39 

CHARLESTON 44 

PARRIS ISLAND 83 

GREEN COVE NAVY 53 

U. OF FLORIDA 63 

ROLLINS 58 

FLORIDA STATE 66 

U. OF FLORIDA 70 

ROLLINS 54 

U. OF MIAMI 82 

FLORIDA STATE 53 

ROLLINS 54 

JACKSONVILLE NAS 66 

U. OF TAMPA 61 

ERSKINE 71 

ROLLINS 52 

U. OF MIAMI 78 

THE CITADEL 63 

FLORIDA SOUTHERN 57 

GREEN COVE NAVY 61 

TAMPA 82 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



Name 


Gomes 


FG 


FS 


fSM 


PF 


TP 


Jim Yonge 


25 


168 


70 


64 


66 


406 


Dick Reinking 


25 


140 


32 


39 


61 


312 


Jim Toveniere 


25 


118 


43 


29 


69 


282 


Mike Torbo 


22 


103 


62 


60 


81 


268 


Pete Peterson 


25 


53 


40 


39 


65 


146 


Don Eakin . 


24 


:9 


13 


9 


36 


71 


Jock Oksnee 


25 


27 


8 


4 


9 


62 


Honk Levine 


15 


22 


2 


1 


7 


46 


Ted Cossidy 


17 


18 


5 


6 


8 


41 


Jock Smith . 


20 


13 


5 


8 


13 


31 


Shanks Hansel 


12 


9 


2 


5 


9 


20 


George Everett 


5 


6 


3 


3 


4 


15 


Lorry Bottom 


4 


3 


1 


2 


3 


7 


Gene Bowden 


1 


2 








1 


6 


Duval Woodfo 


d 2 


2 











4 


Kelser Nixon 


4 


1 


1 





6 


3 


Marty Rossi 


2 


1 








1 


2 


Walt Nichols 


3 


1 








3 


2 


Max Stones . 


2 





1 


1 


2 


1 



FG Field Goals, FS Foul Shots, FSM Foul Shots Missed, PF Personal 
Fouls, TP Total Points. 




JIM TAVENIERE 



MIKE TORBA 



PETE PETERSON 



Peterson blocks a shot. 



Taveniere goes up for a tip-ln against Southern. 






Torbo lays one up against Florida State. 



Reinking scores against Florida 



Top: DICK REINKING 
Bottom: TED CASSIDY 





HANK LEVINE 



JACK OKSNEE 



DON EAKIN 



Tovcnierc on a push shot ogoinst Porris Island Marines 




SHANKS HANSEL 






JACK SMITH 



Big Jim Yonge battles for control against four Miamians 



BASEBALL-igSl 





March 10— Raiford State 
Prison 

Morch 19-20 — Georgia 
Tech at DeLand 

April 7 — University of Flor- 
ida at DeLand. 

April 10 — Florida Southern 
at DeLand 

April 13-14 — University ot 
Miami at Coral Gables 

April 20-21— F.S.U. at De- 
Land 




1951 

SCHEDULE 

April 26 — Florida Southern 
at Lakelond 

Moy 2 3 — University of 
Miami at DeLand 

May 5 — Rollins at Winter 
Park 

May 11-12- Rollins at De- 
Land 

May 15— Rollins at Winter 
Park 

May 18-19— F.S.U. Tally 








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The Stetson Tumbling I earn 
came into its own this year by 
doing some very nice work at 
football and basketball games. 
They even raised enough 
money for uniforms. Those 
participating throughout the 
year were: Sonny Gaffe, Frank 
Fernandez, Barbara Rutter, 
Fran V/inship, Dot Johnson, 
Joanne Lindsay, Bunny Stevens, 
Dick Spencer, Mel Smith, Dick 
Toole, Jim Watson and Ken 
"Muscles" Mcintosh. 



SONNY GAFFE AND FRANK FERNANDEZ 




SONNY, FRANK, AND BUNNY STEVENS 



TUMBLING 



TUMBLING TEAM 





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r ^B OFFICERS 

-^-. iB p. J. STEWART President 

JOE CARLTON Vice-President 

HARRY HURST Secretary 

PAUL MocALESTER Treasurer 

PI KAPPA PHI 

Charles B. McClelland Uriel Blount Clarence Griffis 

INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 

DELTA SIGMA PHI LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

Steve Stratford Harry Hurst Jock Kerns Robert M. Beasley Laurier Beard James Scully 

SIGMANU SIGMAPHIEPSILON 

Buck Hendry Jack Evans Joe Carlton Paul MacAlcster Hank Wilson Bill Whitmire 

'^ ^' .ill'' ^^ ,' / y ^' 









JEANE HARRIS 

President 



CAROLYN BALTZER 

Vice-President 



RUTH MARY DICKSON 

Secretary 



JUNE COSSIN 

Treasurer 



MARY JUNE NORWOOD 

Social Chairman 



PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



FIRST ROW: Gloria Kline, Phi Mu; Fredda Coupland, Zeto Tou Alpha: Joon Mace, Pi Beta Phi; Charlotte Naylor, Tri-Delta; 
Mary Lou Morris, Tri-Delta; Isabel Moss, Alpha Xi Delta; Polly Everett, Phi Mu. SECOND ROW: Laura Jeanne Maxcy, 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Mary June Norwood, Zeta Tau Alpha; Carolyn Baltzer, Alpha Xi Delta; Jeane Harris, Tri-Delta; Ruth 
Mary Dickson, Phi Mu; June Cossin, Pi Beta Phi; Nancy Willioms, Pi Beta Phi; Marcia Tarbert, Alpha Xi Delto. 





OFFICERS 

MARCIA TARBERT President 

JACKIE WOOD Vice-President 

NANCY BRENNER Recording Secretary 

SANDRA SKEENE Corresponding Secretary 

PAT MERRITT Treasurer 

ISABELLE MOSS Rush Choirmon 




ALPHA XI DELTA 



FOUNDED Lombard College, Galesburgh. Illinois, 1893 

OMEGA, May, 1917 

COLORS Double Blue and Gold 

FLOWER: Kilarney Rose 




Boerner 
Alice 
Virginia 
Margaret 
Mary K. 



Betty 

Dorothy Ann 
Jean 

Mina Rose 
Nancy 



Barbara Jean 

Johnolo 

Frances 

Nancy 

Jane 



Mary Helen 
Ann 
Farrar 
Shirley 




ACTIVES 



PLEDGES 



Carolyn Baltzer 
Nita Botts 
Nell Bowers 
Mary Jo Braddy 
Merle Dalrymple 
Faye Deitzen 
Robin Hooper 
Gere Howard 
Jane Jackson 
Joan May 
Pat Merritt 



Isabelle Moss 
Barbara Primm 
Margaret Richter 
Pat Roberts 
Virginia Skeene 
Nancy Stillwell 
Sally Stillwell 
Marcia Tarbert 
Denise Whiteman 
Mickey Wolstenholme 
Jackie Wood 



Boerner Butts 
Alice Cole 
Virginia Davis 
Margaret Feinsod 
Mary K. Foster 
Betty Joan Grindey 
Jean Jones 
Dorothy A. Johnson 
Mina Rose Kingston 
Nancy Lightfoot 
Barbara J. Martin 



Johnolo Musgrove 
Frances Owen 
Nancy Peters 
Jane Poole 
Mary H. Poston 
Margaret Powell 
Ann Roberts 
Farrar Schultz 
Shirley Stokes 
Barbara Veotch 



Active Chapter 



Pledge Class 






OFFICERS 

JEANE HARRIS President 

VIRGINIALEE CULBRETH Vice-President 

DORIS HART Recording Secretary 

JOY NICHOLS Corresponding Secretary 

MARY LOU MORRIS Treasurer 

BETTY JANE BAILEY Chaplain 

NANCY STEVENSON Marshol 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 



FOUNDED: Boston University, Boston, Mass., 188S 

ALPHA DELTA: May, 1913 

COLORS: Silver, Gold, Blue 

FLOWER: Pansy 




Joyce 

Betty 

Virginialee 

Jeane 

Doris 



Betty Lee 
Joanne 
Edna 

Mary Lou 
Charlotte 



Joy 

Loretto 

Nancy 

Nancy 

Kathleen 

Dorothy 



Edith 
Diane 
Shiela 
Laura 
Jean 



Ann 

Jessie 

Jean 

Ann 

Jean 



Dot 
Joan 

Pat 
Nancy 




ACTIVE CHAPTER 



PLEDGE CLASS 



Joyce Abrahamson 
Betty Jane Bailey 
Susie Blount 
Betty Cook 
Virginialee Culbreth 
Evelyn Hall 
Jeane Harris 
Doris Hart 
Betty Lee Hussey 
Joanne Kinsloe 



Eleanor MocAllister 
Edna Morris 
Mary Lou Morris 
Charlotte Noylor 
Joy Nichols 
Loretta Rogers 
Nancy Rutledge 
Nancy Stevenson 
Kathleen Tillis 
Dorothy Wilde 



Edith Baker 
Dianne Beck 
Shiela Dyson 
Nancy Eddings 
Laura Ford 
Jean Gailbreath 
Ann Gotlin 
Jessie Heney 
Douglas Hodge 



Jean Phimister 
Ann Roberson 
Pot Robinson 
Jean Rosenstone 
Dot Ross 
Joan Slack 
Patricio Slack 
Nancy Theobold 
Joy Wassenoor 



Big Sisters and Little Sisters. 





OFFICERS 

POLLY CRAIG President 

BRYAN McGEE Vice-President 

SHIRLEY TURNER Secretary 

HELEN LOWE Treasurer 

RUTH MARY DICKSON Pledge Trainer 

ULILLA TREON Rush Chairman 

MARGIE BROOKS Social Chairman 



PHI MU 




FOUNDED: Wesleyon College, Macon, Go.. March 4, 1852 

ALPHA XI CHAPTER: March 9, 1949 

COLORS: Rose and White 

FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation 



FIRST ROW: Bette, Margie, Polly, Ruth Mory, Helen. SECOND ROW Glorio, Helen Morilyn, Bryon, Lois. THIRD ROW; 
Kothy, Shirley, Ulillo, Shirley. 





Carolyn 



Judy 



ACTIVES 

Bette Brewin 
Margie Brooks 
Polly Craig 
Ruth Mary Dickson 
Helen Grimsley 
Mary Louise Horkins 
Gloria Kline 
Helen Lowe 
Marilyn Purvis 
Byran McGee 
Lois Ryerson 
Katherine Slaton 
Shirley Turner 
Ulilla Treon 
Shirley Williams 



PLEDGES 
Barbara Boyles 
Gloria Bowman 
Joyce Carmen 
Helen Carmichael 
Carolyn Daniel 
Judy Davis 
Joan Garrison 
Delores Gray 
Betty Grover 
Carol Fulton 
Barbara Hurst 
Pattye Plank 
Betty Zone Raffield 



IN FACULTATE 
Susie P. Brown 



At the Southern Plantation Porty. 



We're the Phi Mus. 




OFFICERS 

NANCY WILLIAMS President 

JOAN COOK Vice-President 

BARBARA BRUNDAGE Recording Secretary 

ANN NORTHEN Corresponding Secretory 

MERRILEE MIDDLETON Treasurer 

MARGARET PARTIN Pledge Trainer 





PI BETA PHI 



FOUNDED Monmouth College, Monmouth, III., April 28, 1867 

FLORIDA ALPHA: January 30, 1913 

COLORS: Wine and Silver Blue 

FLOWER: Wine Carnation 




Barbara 

Joan 

June 

Marillyn 

Pat 



Laura 

Joan 

Merrilee 

Lynn 

Ann 



Marilyn 
Judy 
Nancy 
Sue 



Jane 

Barbara 

Jane 

Mary 

Barbara 



Jane 

Jean 

Carolyn 

Betty 

Barbara 



Ann 

Katherine 

Barbara 

Barbara 

Olive 




ACTIVE CHAPTER 



PLEDGE CLASS 



Barbara Brundoge 
Joan Cook 
June Cossin 
Marillyn Craig 
Mary Deloney 
Lois Eskey 
Pat Helgeson 
Laura Langwish 
Billie Lee Lehman 



It's Traditionol. 



Joan Mace 
Merrilee Middleton 
Lynn Monroe 
Ann Northen 
Margaret Partin 
Marilyn Talton 
Judy Walker 
Nancy Williams 
Sue Wilson 



Jane Allen 
Barbara Bailey 
Jane Bass 
Mary Boone 
Barbara Brock 
Marcia Burris 
Jane Chapman 
Jean Cochran 
Carolyn Cole 
Betty Farthing 



Jean Green 
Flo Kibler 
Ann Millican 
Gloria Parks 
Katherine Rand 
Barbara Robbins 
Barbara Rutter 
Olive Smith 
Joanne St. John 
Paddy Verdery 
Virginia Yount 



IN FACULTATE 
Anne Holden Ray Jordan 



In a Formal Mood. 




OFFICERS 

MARY JUNE NORWOOD President 

BETTY FLIPPO Vice-President 

BETTY WALKER Secretary 

FREDDA COUPLAND Treasurer 

DANA HENDRICKS Historian 

BECKY CAVARNOS Ri»"al Chairman 

JEANNE MAXCY Rush Chairman 





ZETA TAU ALPHA 



FOUNDED Virginia State Normal School, October 15, 1889 
BITA PSI: 1934 
COLORS: Steel Grey and Turquoise Blue 
FLOWER: White Violet 




Becky 
Fredda 
Anna Mae 
Mary Elizabeth 
Betty 



Dorothy Dell 

Pansy 

Dana 

Betty 

Jeanne 



Marilyn 
Mary June 
Ann 
Evelyn 
Betty 



Janet 

Mary 
Norma 



Mickey 
Ann 
Betty Jo 



Mary Ann 
Bunnie 
Lillian 
Betty 




ACTIVE 


CHAPTER 


Tf ' 


PLEDGE 


CLASS 


Becky Cavarnos 


Dana Hendricks 


Ona Barfield 


Phyllis Ann Jones 


Fredda Coupland 


Betty Lynn 


Janet Braggar 


Marilyn Kagan 


Anna Mae Cresse 


Jeanne Moxcy 


Mary Brannon 


Ann Kinsey 


Mary E. Davis 


Marilyn Nelson 


Norma Brown 


Betty Jo Lester 


Suzanne Davis 


Mary June Norwood 


Mickey Chapman 


Mary Ann Parrish 


Betty Flippo 


Ann Pemble 


Margaret Collins 


Bunnie Stevens 


Dorothy D. Fugate 


Evelyn Robinson 


Charlotte Currier 


Paula Swartz 


Pansy Gibson 


Betty Walker 


Chrissy Grey 


Lillian Toole 




Sue Warren 


Evelyn Gordo 


n 


Betty 


Whittle 



Music at the Mordi Gros Ball 




DELTA SIGMA PHI 




George 



Wiggs 




OFFICERS 

STRATFORD President 

BIRNBAUM Vice-President 

HURST Recording Secretary 

FOY Corresponding Secretary 

GEORGE Treasurer 

WIGGS Sergeant-at-Arms 

FOUNDED: City College of New York, New York, N Y , 1899 
ALPHA CHI: 1925 
COLORS: Nile Green and White 
FLOWER: White Carnation 



MISS NAN FRANKLIN 

SWEETHEART )950 



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W. Y. MICKLE 

CHAPTER ADVISOR 




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FIRST ROW Ayers, Bissell, Brisson, Bronch, Carlton, Cheek, Clork. SECOND ROW: Jomes Davis, Jewell Davis, Diers, Dodd, 
Eqkin, Edwards, Forman, THIRD ROW Gaff, G. George, Hall, Hoygood, Higgins, Holt, Hope. FOURTH ROW Kerns, Kirkpotrick, 
Kovacks, Lewis, McClaren, McCorkle, Mobry. FIFTH ROW Manfree, Miller, O'Connell, Quick, Quirk, Roberts, Shatford. SIXTH 
ROW Stephony, Robinson, Streit, Toole, Weinacher, Wilson. 



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DELTA SIGMA PHI 



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Averman 

Beighley 

Bottom 

Dobson 



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Fritz 
Harris 
Lonsinger 
Murray 



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Nelson 
Oksnee 
Randall 
Rutledge 



Smith 
Stedronsky 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Pres 


lident J. OIlie Edmunds 


. Dr. Harry Garwood . W. 
Allyn Thompson 


Y. Ml 


ckle Dean Lemuel H 


olsup 






IN UNIVERSITY 






George Ackroyd 


Roger Dobson 


George Hodges 




Sal Monfree 


Horry Rutledge 


Marty Averman 


James Dodd 


Jock Holt 




Jesse Miller 


Sidney Shatford 


Lee f\\iexs 


Donald Eakin 


Fred Hope 




John Mills 


Rodney Skaggs 


Charles Borr 


John Edwards 


Gene Hunt 




Andy Morrison 


Jack Smith 


Fred Beighly 


John Formon 


Harry Hurst 




Ed Murray 


George Stedronsky 


Robert Bissell 


Doris Foy 


David Jackson 




Chorles Nelson 


Edward Stephony 


Lorry Bottom 


Al Fritz 


Jock Kerns 




Lee Nelson 


Steve Stratford 


Robert Biisson 


James Gaff 


Jerry Kibbe 




Robert O'Connell 


Walton Streit 


Jomes Branch 


Corl Gaffe 


Jack Kirkpotrick 




Jock Oksnee 


Guido Tambur 


Yancy Byrd 


Gabriel George 


Jack Kittinger 




Duone Quick 


Richard Toole 


Ernest Carlton 


Nick George 


Anthony Kovocks 




Edward Quirk 


Mike Torba 


James Cheek 


Robert Hall 


Joe Lewicki 




Joseph Raffaele 


Charles Tyser 


Julian Clark 


Chuck Harris 


Royce Lewis 




Pete Randall 


Roger Weinacker 


Frank Cory 


Gus Hartmon 


Rod Lonsinger 




Chuck Reo 


Kenneth Wiggs 


James Davis 


Ervin Hoygood 


Edward McClaron 




Dick Reinkinq 


James Wilson 


Jewell Davis 


Ray Helton 


John McCorkle 




Bill Roberts 


Robert Wilson 


Frank Diers 


Richard Higgins 


Woodford Mabry 




George Robinson 


Duvol Woodford 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




OFFICERS 

BOB BEASLEY President 

JIM DOWNING Vice-President 

JIM SCULLY Secretary 

PHIL ASHABRANER Treasurer 

LAURIER BEARD Social Chairman 

BJARNE ANDERSON Rush Chairman 

GORDON COOPER Rituol Chairman 

ELMER PRICHARD Faculty Advisor 

IN FACULTATE 

Dr. Leo Spurrier Dr. Leonard Thompkins 

Robert Chauvin 

FOUNDED: Boston University, Boston, Mass, 1909 COLORS Purple, Green and Gold 

ZETA TAU: April 23, 1949 FLOWER White Rose 






FIRST ROW Altermus, Anderson, Ashabraner, Beard, Beasley. SECOND ROW Carson, Cooper, Dome, Downing, Harper. 
THIRD ROW Horth, Hodges, Honsberger, Hyde, Jackson. FOURTH ROW Lee, Lovell, McLaughlin, Mines, Newton. FIFTH 
ROW: Scully, Shepard, Smith, Stewart, Swett. 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 





ACTIVES 




PLEDGES 


Robert Altermus 


Harry Honsberger 


Wallace Albritton 


Charles Seig 


Bjorne Anderson 


Ray Hyde 


Lloyd Anderson 


James Seymour 


Phil Ashobraner 


Carl Jackson 


Edward Brooks 


Dan Sims 


Lourier Beord 


Paul Lee 


Ernest Cowley 


Jerry White 


Robert Beasley 


Bud Level 1 


Roger Dance 




John Bowman 


Joe McLaughlin 


Richard Elsworthy 


WINTER QUARTER 


Elwyn Brown 


Desmond Minie 


Arthur Feinsod 




Bill Carson 


Ed Newton 


Richard Lassiter 


Joseph Bailey 


Gordon Cooper 


John Root 


Carl Long 


Bob Beasley 


John Danne 


James Scully 


Kelley McCollister 


Lee Drury 


James Downing 


Walter Shepherd 


Tony Monkiewicz 


John Effleby 


Howard Gold 


Frank Smith 


Kelsey Nixon 


Donald Gibbs 


Don Hall 


Paul Stewart 


Mert Reddick 


Ross Kenna 


Bill Harper 


Leonard Swett 






George Harth 


William Taylor 






John Hodges 


James Woddell 







Albritton 
Anderson 
Brooks 
Cowley 



Dance 
Elsworthy 
Feinsod 
Lossiter 



Long 

McCollister 
Monkiewicz 
Reddick 



Seymour 

Sims 

White 




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PI KAPPA ALPHA 




Epps 



Bleosing 



Berry 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE EVERETT President 

BILL EPPS Vice-President 

CARL BLEOSING Secretary 

JOHN BERRY Treasurer 

FRANK HOBSON Sergeant-at-Arms 

SUNN McCALL Historian 



COLORS Garnet and Gold FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

Founded 1868 at University of Virqinio. 
Delta Upsilon Chapter Chartered March 30, 19S1. 




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FIRST ROW Berry, Booth, Davis, Epps, Everett, Averti. SECOND ROW: Gallagher, Gibson, Hinckley, Hobson, 
Kales, Marks. THIRD ROW: McColl, McLeod, Nance, Soppia, Wharton, Williams. 





PI KAPPA PHI 




Mohaffey 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES S. McClelland Archon 

JULIAN BENNETT Secretary 

GEORGE OSSORIO Treasurer 

TOM MAHAFFEY Historian 

WAYNE GEFFLER Chaplain 

RAY DUNNE Warden 



FOUNDED: College of Charleston, Charleston, S. C , December 10, 1904 

CHI: May 6, 1921 

COLORS: Gold and White 

FLOWER: Red Rose 









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FIRST ROW Andrews, Blount, Byrom, Campbell, Cochran, Conway, Deen. SECOND ROW: Doty, Prison, Greene, Griffis, 
Heisig, Jasinski, Jones. THIRD ROW: Lupfer, Mahoffey, Malcolm, McClellond, Morris, Neilser, Nelson. FOURTH ROW: 
Oeffler, Owens, Patterson, Peterson, Rose, Rossi, Spencer. FIFTH ROW: Taveniere, Thomas, Treen, Trotter, Widener, Whit- 
oker. Wren. 



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133 



PI KAPPA PHI 




Brown 
Coruthers 
Coldiron 
Elllnor 



Hawkins 
Jenson 



Reimer 
Richardson 
Spencer 
Taveniere 



Wigle 







ACTIVES 








PLEDGES 


Glen 


Andrews 




Artie 


Morris 




Joe Bair 






Paul Reimer 


Julian Bennett 




Don 


Neisler 




Stephen Berry 






Charles Richardson 


Urie 


Blount 




Neil 


Nelson 




Eugene Brasher 






Dick Spencer 


Bill 


3rycom 




Way 


ne Oeffler 




Ned Brown 






Stan Toveniere 


OIlie 


Campbell 




Jomes Thomas Owens 




Ray Caruthers 






Chorles Turner 


Bern 


e Cochran 




Char 


lie Patterson 




Jock Coldiron 






Mickey Walker 


Fran 


<. Deen 




Arvid Peterson 




Fred Ellinor 






Bill Wardin 


Ray 


Dunne 




Dick 


Rose 




Walter Hawkins 






Bruce Wigle 


Bob 


Doty 




Marty Rossi 




Bob Jenson 








George Prison 




Carl 


Shafer 




Donald Johnson 






WINTER QUARTE 


Francis Greene 




Ronr 


ie Spencer 




John Louer 






Lorry Davis 


Clarence Griffis 




Jim 


Taveniere 




Bill Meeks 






Elwyn Edwards 


Ted 


Heisig 




L. M. Thomas 




Norman Nelson 






Bill Shaddix 


Wai 


Jasinski 




Lew 


Treen 




Roger Nelson 






Bill Sloon 


Bill 


Jones 




Edwc 


rd J. Trotter 




John Phillips 






Jim Young 


Sam 


Lupfer 




Jack 


Whitaker 












Tom Mahaffey 
Charles McClelland 


Lena 
Bill 


rd Widener 
Wren 




1 N 


FACULTATE 












Dea 


n Benson Davis 




Col. 


John T. Rhett 












Dr. 


William E. Duckw 


tz 


Haro 


Id M. Giffin 












Dr. 


Howard L. Batesc 


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Carl 


H. Johnson 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILDN 




DR. J. V. VAUGHN 

Foculty Advisor 



OFFICERS 

PAUL MocALESTER President 

THOMAS TAUNTON Vice-President 

WILLIAM TOWNE Secretary 

WAYNE LAMB Comptroller 

ROY UNKEFER Chaplain 



FOUNDED: Richmond College, kichmond. Virginia, Nov. 1, 1901 
BETA: Feb. 12, 1949 
COLORS: Dark Red and Purple 
•SLOWER: Red Roses and Violets 







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FIRST ROW Baynord, Berry, Blasik, Corter, Coffrin, Cox. SECOND ROW: Cuddy, DiGiulion, Fernondez, Finch, Flowers, 
Fromberger. THIRD ROW: Hughes, Jenks, Jordon, Kerzner Lomb, Lone. FOURTH ROW; Lutke, MacAlester, H. E. Smith, 
M. F. Smith, Towne. FIFTH ROW: Unkefer, Whitmire, Wintree, Wing, Wilson. 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILDN 



ACTIVES 



PLEDGES 



James N. Baynard 
John O. Benkert 
Kenneth L. Berry 
Henry J. Blasick 
John L. Blumberg 
Hubert B. Carter 
Duward C. Chaffee 
G. Donald Coffrin 
William Fletcher Cox 
William G. Cuddy 
Rodger J. DiGiulian 
Frank Fernandez 
Alex D. Finch 
William D. Flowers 
John D. Fromberger, Jr 
Merle C. Harton 
J. Ray Hill, Jr. 
Charles R. Hilty, Jr. 
Clarence B. Hughes 
Robert C. Jenks 



James J. Jordan, Jr. 
Jack D. Kerzner 
Louis F. Kurz, Jr. 
Wayne M. Lamb 
Janes T. Lane, Jr. 
Clorence W. Littleton 
Eugene H. Lutke 
Paul T. MacAlester 
Alfred Schilling 
Horoce E. Smith, Jr. 
Melvin K. Smith 
Frank Stockton 
Thomas E. Taunton 
William B. Towne 
Roy R. Unkefer 
William L. Whitmire 
Jack W. Winfree 
Kenneth M. Wing 
Richard C. Wilson 



Edward A. Brown 
Bruno DiGiulian 
Ronald Fezekas 
Robert Gunter 
Gene H. Hill 
Fred Hogan 
Lorimer Jones 
Don Jorrell 
Douglas Jernigan 
Vincent Passafiume 
Harold Richardson 



John B. Scott 
William E. Smith 
Robert Steffens 
Frederick Stones 
William Tomlinson 
Albert Weissleder 
Dovid Whiteman 
John Wilson 
Roy Hanson 
Andrew Wills 



Brown 
DiGiulian 
Hogan 
Janes 



Jernigan 
Passafiume 
Scott 
Smith 



Stones 

Weissleder 

Whiteman 





SIGMA NU 








Hendry 



McClatchy 



OFFICERS 

RICHARD HENDRY Commander 

HERB STENSTROM Lieutenant Commander 

NORMAN DAVIS Recorder 

WILLIAM McCLATCHY Treasurer 

BILL WHITAKER Chaplain 



FOUNDED Virginia Military Institute, 1869 

DELTA MU: 1913 

COLORS: Black, White, and Gold 

FLOWER White Rose 



Room for big doings 



And o patio in back 



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FIRST ROW; Anderson, Armstrong, Botes, Bishop, Blockwell, Corlton. SECOND ROW Dovis, Evons, Fcrrcll, Griffith, 
Grisset, Hordy. THIRD ROW: Hendry, Husfield, Kole, Mogruder, Mathews, McClotchy. FOURTH ROW Royol, Scronton, 
Smith, Stenstrom, Stevens, Tenney. FIFTH ROW; Voss, Wotts, Whitoker, White, Woolley. 



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139 



SIGMA NU 




Sharp 
Wilcox 



W^V. 



ACTIVES 



PLEDGES 



James R. Anderson 
Fulmer Armstrong 
Richard W. Bates 
John Ira Bishop 
Etson J. Blackwell, Jr. 
Joe Carlton 
Norman Owen Davis 
Carey Ferrell 
John H. Evans 
Jack S. Griffith 
Wallace E. Grissett, Jr. 
Leonard G. Hardy, Jr. 
Richard B. Hendry 
Ted Husfield 
John F. Karl 
Richard Kale 
Robert Mathews 
Thomas S. McDonald 



Kenneth Mcintosh 
William I. McClatchey 
John B. Magruder 
Gilbert W. Noell 
William Rowland 
Larry Royal 
William G. Scranton 
Robert Smith 
Herbert E. Stenstrom 
Schalah Stephens 
Tom 0. Teneny 
John I. Todd 
Jefferson Voss 
James Watson 
John C. Watts 
William B. Whitaker 
George J, White, Jr. 
Thomas W. Woolley 
William D. Wood, III 



Aubrey B. Burns, Jr. 
Robert R. Baker 
Quitman Brown 
Perry W. DuMez 
M. Gene Edwards 
Robert L. Hart 
Jerry D. Hopkins 
James E. King 
Ulmer H. Parrish 
Delbert C. Reinke 



Ralph H. Sharp 
Leonard D. Wallace 
Curtis-Nosh Wilcox 
Donald E. Wilson 

WINTER QUARTER 

Jack Collins 
George Jochem 
Phil Jochem 



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ORGANI 




B. S. U. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 





OFFICERS 

EARL COMPTON 
President 

BARBARA CROSS 
Enlistment Vice President 

KENNETH HANSON 
Enlistment Vice-President 

ONA BARFIELD 
Social Vice-President 

CORETTA POWELL 
Devotional Vice-President 

JACKIE RICH 
Devotional Vice-President 

WAYNE OEFFLER 
Devotional Vice-President 

EVA MAYE CATES 
Secretary 

WALT PINDER 
Treasurer 

JACK COLDIRON 
Chorister 

BETTY FLIPPO 
Publicity Director 

GLORIA KLINE 
Reporter 

CARLTON CARTER 
Promotion Director 

JOE MERIWEATHER 
House Manager 

REV. R. G. SNOWDEN 
Pastor 

DR A. M. WINCHESTER 
Faculty Advisor 

ROY KENNINGTON 
Extension Director 

BOB CHRISTIE 
Sunday School Representative 

MILADEEN WARD 
Training Union Representative 

LESTER CORNETT 
Ministerial Association President 

LOUISE TABOR 
Volunteers 

BETTY Z RAFFIELD 
Y. W A President 



NOT PICTURED 

BETTY GROVER 
Pianist 



CANTERBURY CLUB 




C. A. SPENCER 

President 



JOHN EVERETT 

Vice-President 



BARBARA PHILLIPS 

Secretary 



JOANNE KINSLOE 

Treasurer 




CHAPTER ROLL 

Bette Brewin 

Wm. Shirley Bush 

Jane Chapman 

Bob Cherry 

Kenneth Dance 

Virginia Davis 

Virginia M. Davis 

Richmond Johnson 

William Ketcham 

Henry Martin 

Jeanine Painter 

Robert Powers 

Myrna Price 

Luella Willard 

Kenneth Wing 

Olive Smith 



F AC U LTY ADVISORS 

Dr. Francis Thornton 
Miss Charlotte Smith 



BREED 

President 

J. JACKSON 

Secretary 

WILKINSON 

Treasurer 

BRUNDAGE 

Program Chairman 



PIXLEY 

Enlistment Chrmn. 

CAMPBELL 

Fellowship Chrmn. 

LOLA MILLER 

Director of 
Student Activities 

WREN 

Service Chairman 




WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP 



MEMBERS 




Jane Allen 
Carolyn Baltzer 
Dean Blair 
Phyllis Bowman 
Ernie Breed 
Barbara Brundage 
Calhoun Byrd III 
OIlie Campbell 
Alice Cole 
Carolyn Cole 
Sea David 



Dick Donnelly 
Betty Farthing 
Elizabeth Flory 
Dorothy Flory 
Peck Hart 
Walter Hawkins 
Vincent Huccio 
Jane Jackson 
Laura Longwish 
Tom Mahaffey 
Barbara Martin 



Bob Mauk 


Charles Richardson 


Jeanne Maxcy 


Anne Russell 


Julie Mickell 


George Schierhon 


Dorothy Peck 


Jock Scott 


Nancy Peters 


Vincent Thornton 


John Phillips 


Curtis Wilcox 


Joyce Pixley 


Knox Wilkinson 


Jane Poole 


Jimmie Willis 


Barbara Primm 


Mickey Wolstenholme 


Chuck Rea 


Bill Wren 


Kathryn Rand 


Jeon Wright 


Paul Reimer 


Larry Wright 




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To promote Christian Fel- 
lowship for the Methodist Stu- 
dents on campus. Officers: 
President, Nancy Smith; En- 
listment Vice-President, Evelyn 
Gordon; Secretary - Treasurer, 
Madeline Dinkins; Devotional 
Chairman, Annabelle Foster; 
Social Chairman, Joyce Gibson; 
Pianist, Roberta Pemble; Pub- 
licity Chairman, Betty Jo Les- 
ter. Faculty Advisor: Dorothy 
Fuller. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 



YOUNG WOMEN'S AUXILARY 



Y. W. A. 
OFFICERS FOR 1950-1951 



President, Betty Zone Roffield; Vice-President, 
Lillie Mae Collins; Secretary, Betty Jean Dury; Treas- 
urer, Nancy Hale; Program Chairmen, Cora Lee 
Gandy and Frances Hall; Publicity, Lois Ryerson; 
Community Missions, Audrey Price; Social Chairman, 



Alma Williams; Pianist, Pearl Sargent; Chorister, 
Nancy Williams; Mission Study Chairman, Lorraine 
Barrington; Literature Chairman, Jackie Rich; Dormi- 
tory Chairmen: Chaudoin Hall, Lillie Mae Collins and 
Joy Lewis; Stetson Hall, Bryan McGee. 



Y. W. A. MEMBERS 



Virginia Agner, Betty Ashmore, Ona Barfield, Lor- 
raine Barrington, Eva Louise Bethea, Alice Bailey, 
Suzanne Blow, Modelyne Brady, Lois Brewer, Lois 
Faye Bunton, Eva May Cates, Velera Cotes, Potty 
Clark, Alice Cole, Lillie Collins, Mary Connell, Bar- 
bara Cross, Lois A. Dann, Virginia Davis, Iris Deese, 
Doris Drawdy, Betty Jeanne Dury, Anita Edenfield, 
Dorothy Flanagan, Jimmie Nell Fleming, Ruby Jo 
Fletcher, Annabelle Foster, Jerry Frederick, Doris 
Frier, Cora Lee Gandy, Joyce Gentry, Teresa A. Had- 
dock, Nancy Hale, Frances Hall, Dolores Hancock, 
Esther Honey, Barbara Hargrove, Rosamond Heath- 
coe, Gere Howard, Martha Ann Howard, Martha 



Ingram, Dorothy James, Ann Johnson, Marilyn John- 
son, Charlotte Judge, Patricio Kahl, Gloria Kline, 
Demaris Krouse, Audrey A. Lacock, Gobrielo Molina, 
Connie Moody, Joy Nichols, Vivian Nichols, Mary 
Edna Parker, Mary Ann Parrish, Mary Ann Peddy, 
Barbara Pence, Loreno C. Perry, Joyce Pixley, Coreta 
Powell, Audrey Price, Betty Zone Roffield, Jean Ann 
Reed, Jackie Rich, Shirley Ann Rogers, Lois Ryerson, 
Pearl Sargent, Shirlo Shaw, Patricio L. Snowden, Eve- 
lyn Stewart, Louise Tabor, Billie Templeton, Harriet 
Tucker, Shirley Turner, Dorothy Wamble, Miladeen 
Word, Sue Warren, Joy Wossenoor, Mary Carol West, 
Annette Willcox, Betty Whittle, Alma Williams, 
Nancy Williams, Savillo Young. 




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MINISTERIAL 



OFFICERS 

LESTER CORNETT President 

MARION HARE Vice-President 

BOB CHRISTIE Secretar, 

GORDON PITTMAN Treasurer 

MARSHALL FLOURNAY Pu'p;t Supply Chairman 

KENNETH HANSEN Program Chairman 

ROLLAN McCALL Social Chairman 

HOKE SHERLEY Intermurals Chairman 

LOUIS STANCIL Activities Chairmen 

BILL McGOUGH Pianist 

HENRY SMITH Custodian 

KELBY McCOLLISTER Mission Representative 

BUD HENLEY Mission Representative 

WAYNE OEFFLER Parliamentarian 

JUD50N MORGAN Publicity Chairman 

ER POPE DUNCAN Faculty Advisor 

NOT PICTURED 

LOWELL SHAW Chorister 



The purpose of this organization is to strengthen the fellowship and 
to unite the efforts of all the ministerial students enrolled at the university 
for the advancement of the Lord's work, both on the campus and elsewhere. 



Vespers — the end of o perfect day 



Ministerial Homecoming — 1950 




ASSDCIATIDN 



MEMBERS 



Lloyd Anderson 


Joe Folmar 


Clint Kimbrough 


Dennis Ruulerson 


Morgan Berry 


Larry Foster 


Bill Lewis 


Walter Salter 


Thomas Blayiock 


Donald Hall 


Donald Meloon 


George Shriver 


Ned Brown 


Clyde Harris 


Leonard Melton 


Ernest Sikes 


James Bryant 


Spurgeon Hinds 


Ted Murray 


James Simple 


Bob Crowe 


Jim Johnston 


Edward Owens 


Sam Stewart 


H, J. Dominey 


Russell Kauffman 


Jack Palmer 


John B. Thompson 


Dick Flood 


Roy Kennington 


Willard Pratt 


Le Roy Tucker 


Eugene Flynn 


Lewis Kennison 


Dallas Pulliam 


Arthur Wissler 
Henry Wooley 




NOT P 


1 C T U R E D 




Dutton Bonnell 


Jim Cose 


J. C. Hinds 


John Rogers 


Jim Brown 


Owen Domings 


John Temoshehuk 


Bill Self 


Gene Carter 


Ernest Harvey 


Adrian Rogers 


J. B. Smith 
Malcolm Smith 







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Tobor 

Hall 

Gandy 

Blow 

Pulliom 

Rogers 

Wing 

Edenfield 

Price 

Ard 

Gates 

Cross 



Fletcher 

Fleming 

Krause 

McGee 

Meriwether 

Mitchell 



Moody 

Parker 

Pinder 

Powell 

Raffield 

Shaw 



Ward 
Williams 



VOLUNTEERS 

FDR CHRISTIAN SERVICE 



OFFICERS 

LOUISE TABOR President 

FRANCES HALL Vice-President 

CORA LEE GANDY Secretary 

SUZANNE BLOW Devotional Chairman 

TOMMIE PULLIAM Missions Chairman 

SHIRLEY A ROGERS Social Chairman 

STAFFORD WING Music Chairman 

ANITA EDENFIELD Program Chairman 

AUDREY PRICE Publicity Chairman 



OTHER MEMBERS 



Tommie Ard 




Bertha Mitchell 


Eva Maye Gates 




Connie Moody 


Barbara Cross 




Mary Edna Parker 


Ruby Jo Fletcher 




Walt Pinder 


Jimmie Nell Fleming 




Coretta Powell 


Demarius Krause 




Betty Z. Raffield 


Bryan McGee 




Shiria Shaw 


Joe Meriwether 




Milodeen Ward 


Alma Will 


ams 


NOT 


PICTURED 


Potty Clark 




Audrey Locock 


Betty G rover 




Sue Warren 




ALLEN HALL 



"Thus Stetson Continues to Go Forward." 

When the ground was broken on March 25 
of lost year and construction was begun, the 
realization of the dream of many people be- 
gan to take form. In June our president laid 
the cornerstone; in November we dedicated 
the building; and on February 9, 1951, the 
William Sims Allen Religious Center Build- 
ing was formally opened. That night the dream 
of Dr. Allen and countless other people be- 
came a reality. 

The building houses the Winters Library 
and the Hobson Memorial Prayer Rooms. On 
the first floor are the music room, the lounge, 
kitchen, and auditorium with its stage and 
broadcast booth. Upstairs are the offices of 
the reMgious organizations, the work room 
and conference room. Designed and built 
with the sole purpose of giving the student 
body a place to relax and worship in a whole- 
some. Christian atmosphere, the R. C. is 
accomplishing its goal. 

To the ones who had the foresight and the 
vision for such a building, and to those who 
gave it, the Florida Baptist Convention, to 
all who were actively engaged in the planning, 
construction, and furnishing, we, the students 
of old John B., say "Thank you" and in the 
words of Dr. Allen repeat, "Thus Stetson con- 
tinues to go forward." 

Wayne Oeffler 




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THE HDNDR 

HONORARY SCHOLARSHIP-LEADERSHIP FRATERNITY FOR WOMEN 



OFFICERS 

JIMMIE NELL FLEMING President 

BARBARA BRUNDAGE Vice-President 

BARBARA J. SMITH Secretary-Treasurer 

PATRICIA ROBERTS Sergeant-at-Arms 



MEMBERS 



Dorothy Flory 

Elizabeth Flory 

Margaret Richter 

Nancy Smith 

Shiria Shaw 

Beatrice David, Honorary 

Mary E. Davis 



Charlotte Judge 
Gloria Kline 
Joan May 
Marilyn Purvis 
Shirley Turner 
Annette Wilcox 



S CABBARD and BLADE 



Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military society for cadets 
enrolled in advanced R. 0. T. C. The principle aim of the organization is 
to promote a feeling of unity among the cadet military leaders and to main- 
tain o higher standard in the military activities of the corps. 




STANDING: Philip Ashabroner, 
George Harfh, Lemuel Thomas, 
Richard Spencer, Clarence Grif- 
fis, John Sims, George Ossorio, 
Laurier Beard, James Carter. 

KNEELING; Gabriel George, 
John Scolf, Aubrey Burns, 
James Jordan, Kenneth Berry, 
William Whitaker. 




YE MYSTIC KREWE 



COLORS: Red and Black 
FOUNDED: 1934 




OFFICERS 

WILLIAM BIRNBAUM Captoin 

GEORGE EVERETT First Mate 

STEVE STRATFORD Second Mate 

JACK EVANS Boatswain 

MACK CLEVELAND Cabin 

WINTER QUARTER, 1951 

Laurier Beard Ted Grissett 

Wayne Oeffler Harry Hurst 

Ken Berry Jack Griffis 

Ronnie Spencer Jock Whitaker 

Ernie Cowley Larry Bottom 

Julian Clark P. J. Stewart 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Dr. J. OIlie Edmunds 
Dr, W. Hugh McEniry, Jr. 



Ye Mystic Krewe is an honorary leadership fraternity for Junior and Senior men. The purposes of the 
organization are to foster a better understanding between the administration and the students and to 
give recognition to those male students who have distinguished themselves through student leadership. 
Slection is based on the individuol's ability end accomplishments without regard to fraternity or other 
affiliations. 



James Tucker 



Fred Hope Herbert Stenstrom Elwyn Brown 




PHI SOCIETY 



Barbara Jean Smith, President; 
Larry Bottom. Vice-President; 
Frances Holl, Secretary; Annette 
Wilcox, Treasurer. MEMBERS: 
Glen Andrews, Suzanne Blow, 
Nancy Brenner, James Fleming, 
Betty Flory, Roy Frye, Victor Mas- 
sey, Betty Jean Roe, George Shriv- 
er, Steve Strotford. 




The Phi Society is an honor society sponsored by Phi Beta Kappa in a number of colleges 
and universities. It is limited to those in the College of Liberal Arts. To be eligible for mem- 
bership, a student must maintain a B-plus average in the first year of college work. 




The order of the Scroll 
and Key was formed in 
1942 for the purpose of 
recognizing and encour- 
aging high scholarship. 
Members ore chosen from 
the highest ten per cent of 
the Junior and Senior 
classes. No one may be 
elected who does not pos- 
sess qualities of Leader- 
ship. 



STEVE STRATFORD 
PRESIDENT 



CHARLES HILLMAN 
VICE-PRESIDENT 



ELIZABETH FLORY 
SECRETARY 



POPE DUNCAN 
FACULTY ADVISOR 



5CRDLL AND KEY 



LEFT TO RIGHT: William Anderson, Beotrice David, 
Jomes Fleming. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Peter Per- 
rault, Treas.; Walter Cane, Delia S. Decker, and Lenvil 
Dicks. 







LA FRANCIADE 

OFFICERS 

VIRGINIA L. DAVIS President 

JESSIE HENEY Secretary 

OTHA WINNINGHAM Treasurer 

JOAN SLACK Social Chairman 

MEMBERS 

Fred Beighley, Elizabeth Flory, Lloyd Houser, 

Gordon Pittmon, Julian Murphy 

Dr. Frances Thornton, Sponsor 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Dr H. L. Boteson, Miss Frances Buxton, Miss 

Susie P. Brown, Miss Mary N. Martin, Miss 

Charlotte Smith 





DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN 

Katherine Slaton, Mrs. Vaughen, Betty Lynn, 
John Keyton, Isabella Moss, Sue Warren, Lois 
Ryerson, John Kalas, John Wheeler, J. Hack- 
worth, Ned Brown, John Wing, Howard Mer- 
rill, Herb Stenstrom 

NOT PICTURED 

Charlie Powers, John Clausen, E. J. Laurie, 
R. E. Kimbrough 



SIGMA IJELTA PI 



OFFICERS 

VIRGINIA L. DAVIS President 

GABRIELA MOLINA Vice-President 

BETTY JEAN ROE Corresponding Secretary 

MARIAM KATIBA Recording Secretary 

ANN NORTHERN Treasurer 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Frank Diers, Frank Fernandez, Wm. Shirley Bush, 

Shirley A. Williams, Evelyn Ratcliff, Charles D. 

Humphries, Myrna Price 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 
E. B Daloo, Abraham Flores, Walter Stallings 

FACULTY 
Dr. Doris K. Arjona, Chapter Advisor; Miss Ger- 
trude Foster, Dr. Frances Thornton, Dr. Howard 
Bateson, Miss Lillian Preston 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Mrs. Lucy Shepard, Mrs. Anna M. Kean, Mrs. 

Angela Campbell 

ALUMNI IN RESIDENCE 

Charlotte Szarek, Joan Shanon, Graves Edmundson, 

Endell Sutley 





GRADUATE 
MEMBERS 

J Ambuhl 

A. C. Mclnnls 



FACULTY 
MEMBERS 

Dr. L. Thompkins 

Dr. J. V. Vaughin 



FACULTY 
SPONSOR 
Dr. John Conn 



HDNDRARY CHEMISTRY FRATERNITY 

gamma sigma epsilon 

MEMBERS 
Bob Beasley, President Bill Faust 
J. Waddell, Secretary John Kalas 
J. Watts, Treasurer Howard Merrill 

Eleanor Boland Rachel Perry 

N. Davis "Pete" Peterson 

Roy Unkefer 



debate squad 



MEMBERS 

John D. Dame 
Sheila Dyson 
Joseph C. Elliott 
William L. Harper 
Odis Henderson 
Paul Lee 
Clyde Roberts 
John B. Root, Jr. 
Joseph Scarlett 
P. J. Stewart 
Joy Wassnaar 
Kenneth Wing 



PROF. RICHARD BRAND 
Debate Coach 




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Charles R. Hillman 

President 



Bob Christie 

Vice-President 




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PHI ALPHA THETA 

OFFICERS 

CHARLES HILLMAN President 

BOB CH:?ISTIE Vice-President 

ULILLA TREON Secretory-Treasurer 

ROY FRYE Program Chairmon 

HARRY WINTERS Faculty Advisor 

O. P. Chitwood, Robert Hensley, Gilbert Lycan, Steve Stratford, 

Paul Stewart, Delia Decker, A. F. Gamber, John T. Rhett, A. N. 

Sanders, John Woods, Sadie Woods 



INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS ELUfl 

OFFICERS 

JANE JACKSON President 

PAT MERRITT Vice-President 

OLIVER CAMPBELL Secretary-Treasurer 

AUSTIN CADWELL Program Chairman 

FARRAR SCHULTZ Publicity Chairman 

ISABELLE MOSS Social Choirma.i 

BETTY J ROE Exhibit Chairman 

DR A. N SANDERS Faculty Advisor 

DR GILBERT LYCAN Honorary Advisor 

MEMBERS 

Lloyd Anderson Audrey Lacock 

Joe Boir Henry Martin 

Austin Cadwell Kelby McColister 

OIlie Campbell Pat Merritt 

Judy Davis Isabelle Moss 

Frances Green Barbara Phillips 

Ervin Haygood Betty J. Rowe 
Dean Humphries 

Jane Jackson Harry Rutledge 

Ann Johnson Forrar Schultz 

Frank Stockton 





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John Hodges ^■KjS^ ''^^'^tSl^^mi * ^ ^^ ■u-^'zsiHnt^ ^ 

Robert Lee 

Duane Quick 

James Tucker ^ ^ 

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Flory Lee Hodges 

PI KAPPA DELTA 

OFFICERS BETA CHAPTER 

ELIZABETH FLORY President HONORARY SPEECH FRATERNITY 

ROBERT LEE Secretary 

JOHN HODGES Treosurer Prof. Richord C. Brand, Advisor 

MOTTO: "Anything worth doing is worth doing we///' 




Flory 



OFFICERS 

ELIZABETH FLORY President 

BARBARA J SMITH Secretary 

ULILLA TREON Treasurer 

VIRGINIA DAVIS Historian 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



MEMBERS 



Larry Bottom 
Jennie Braddock 
Joan May 

MEMBERS NOT PICTURED 
Delia Decker Lenvil Dicks 



Marilyn Purvis 

Margaret Richter 

Dr. R. L. Carter, Adv. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
Ed Henderson Mrs. R. L. Carter 



ZETA TAU CHAPTER 
National Honor Society in Education 



May 




F. T. A 




OFFICERS 

JOAN MAY President 

MARILYN PURVIS Vice-President 

GLORIA KLINE Secretary 

JIM CARTER Treasurer 

BARBARA PHILLIPS Librarian 

MARIAM KATIBA Social Chairman 

ANN JOHNSON Publicity Chairman 

LLOYD ANDERSON Chaplain 

GLEN ANDREWS Sergeant-ot-Arms 




ROLL 

Bruce Abernathy, Lloyd Anderson, Glenn Andrews, Tom Ard, Nell Bowers, Paul Bowers, Barbara 
Boyles, Jennie Braddock, Mary Jo Braddy, Janet Bragger, John Brown, Norma Brown, Marcia Bur- 
ris, Bill Byrom, James Carter, Franklin Carter, Becky Cavanos, George Chassey, Mary Connell, 
Shirley Connell, Betty Cook, Merle Dalrymple, Jane P. Davis, Mary E. Davis, Sue Davis, Virginia 
Davis, Mary Deloney, June Dillard, Madeline Dinkins, Helen Douglas, Betty DuBose, Nancy Ed- 
dings, Daphne Etheridge, Betty Flippo, Elizabeth Flory, Carol Fulton, Ann Gatlin, Cathy Gatliff, 
Helen Grimsley, John Hathaway, Pat Helgeson, Rhoda Horton, Gere Howard, Ann Johnson, Mariam 
Katiba, John Keyton, Joanne Kinslow, Gloria Kline, Laura Langwish, Joanne Lindsay, Mrs. Paul Moc- 
Alester, H. B. McCall, Easter McGough, Joan May, Pat Merritt, Merrilee Middleton, Dermond Minie, 
Robert Mitchell, Marilyn Nelson, Mary June Norwood, Frances Owens, Gloria Parks, Margaret Partin, 
Mary Ann Peddy, Lorena Perry, Barbara Phillips, Joyce Pixley, Pattye Plank, Wayne Pice, Marilyn Pur- 
vis, Margaret Richter, B. J. Robbins, Ann Roberts, Dorothy Ross, Pearl Sargeant, Virginia Skeene, Pat 
Slack, Annette Smith, Barbara Smith, Nancy Smith, Olive Smith, Walter Stallings, Bunnie Stevens, 
Mimms Stevenson, Nancy Stillwell, Mrs. E. J. Sundberg, Denise Whiteman, Bill Whitmire, Mickev 
Wolstenholme. 





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Wolstenholme 




THETA ALPHA PHI 



Howard L. Bateson 
Richard C. Brand 
J, OIlie Edmunds 



NOT PICTU RED 
Robert Newby 

IN FACULTATE 

Harold M. Giffin Clarence L. Menser 

Virginia E. Giffin Lillian E. Preston 

Ray Jordan Allyn Thompson 



the purpose of playing, whose end both at the first and now, was and is, to hold, as 'twere, the mirror up to nature.' 
. . . Hamlet 




Barfield 

Brewin 

Brundage 

Cozer 

Cowley 

Dovis 



Davis 

Flory 

Hansen 

Hope 

Huffman 

Land 



Mauk 

Ross 

Soppia 

Scolf 

Tucker 

Van Dorn 





ordan MacAlester Von Dorn Kinslow 

SIGMA PI KAPPA 

OFFICERS 

JAMES JORDAN President 

PAUL MocALESTER Vice-President 

JEANNE VAN DCRN Secretory-Treasurer 

JOANNE KINSLOE Sociol Choirmon 

JACK GRIFFITH Progrom Choirmon 

DICK KALE Publicity Choirmon 



Barfield 

Berry 

Brundoge 

Codwell 

Campbell 

Carter 

Cazcr 



Cole 

Cooksey 

Cossin 

Daniel 

Dancz 

Garrison 

Green 



Hocper 

Jackson 

Kline 

Mohoffey 

Mauk 

Merritt 

Murphy 



Netzorg 

Phillips 

Scronton 

Skeen 

Torberf 

Treon 

Word 





Thorp 



Bryan 



OFFICERS 

JOHN KALAS President 

BILL THARP Vice-President 

BETTINA BRYAN Secretary 

EDWARD LURIE Historian 



BETA BETA BETA 



Beta Beta Beta is a national honorary society of students 
of biology who have achieved superior academic recognition 
and who indicate special aptitude in this field of study. It 
emphasizes a three-fold program: Stimulation of scholarship, 
dissemination of scientific information, and the promotion of 




Eleanor Boland 
Bette Brewin 
Carolyn Cleveland 
Fredda Coupland 
John Epps 
Bill Faust 



Bernlce Gibbs 
Donald Gibbs 
Allen Kelly 
Betty Land 



Arvid Peterson 
Beatrice Plumber 
Tom Tenney 
Sara Tharman 
Marcus Wotters 

Dr. Winchester 

Faculty Advisor 
and Treasurer 





Edith Harvey 



Toylor 



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KAPPA PI 



In the year 1935 the Hatter Art Club was formed 
on the Stetson campus under the direction of Miss 
Edith Harvey. In May, 1946, this club was installed 
as a chapter of Kappa Pi, the oldest honorary art 
fraternity among the colleges today. 

Kappa Pi is composed of majors and minors in the 

OFFICERS 

President JEANNE VAN DORN 

Social Vice-President PEGGY VITSARIS 

Secretary NANCY STEVENSON 

Treasurer HORACE TAYLOR 

Sponsor MISS EDITH HARVEY 



field of art, its purpose being to promote an interest 
in art on and off the campus and to create a sincere 
love of beauty and appreciation of art. 

This year the members of Kappa Pi completed 
their major project of decorating their new chapter 
room in Holmes Hall. 



MEMBERS 



Barbara Bailey 
Leontine Netzorg 
Virginia Milligan 



Joe Elliott 



Ann Pemble 
Ann Northen 
Jackie Wood Sappia 



SPONSOR 

Miss Edith Harvey 



Bailey 



Elliott 



Milligan 



Netsorg 









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MEMBERS 


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Phil Ashabraner 


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George Black 


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Jennie Braddock 




Joe Carlton 




Becky Cavarnos 


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Freddo Coupland 


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Kenneth Dance 
Bob Jenks 
Eugene McKellig 


,i_ 


Jan Wieckowski 



COMMERCE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

PETER PERRAULT President 

WAYNE LAMB Vice-President 

MARCIA TARBERT Secretary 

NELL BOWERS Treasurer 

MR. FULLER Faculty Advisor 



The purpose of the Commerce Club is to foster the 
study of business; to encourage scholarship and the 
association of students for their mutual advance- 
ment by research and practice; to promote closer 



affiliation between the commerce world and students 
of commerce; and to further a higher standard of 
commercial ethics and culture and the commercial 
welfare of the community. 



WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL CLUB 



OFFICERS 


MEM 


B E R S 


JUDY WALKER 


Nancy Smith 


Nancy Stillwell 


President 


Lorraine Lenczyk 


Jeanne Foutche 


MARGE McNEELY 


Grace Lenczyk 


Trudy Stevens 


Vice-President 


Betty Ann Flippo 


Norma Brown 


MARILLYN CRAIG 


Merle Dalrymple 


Janet Brogger 


Secretary 


Joyce Abrahamson 


Jean Rosenstone 


CLIFTA ANN RHODE 


Faye Dietzen 


Jeanne Jones 


Treasurer 


Mary Jo Braddy 


Gere Howard 






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ALPHA DEXIDMA 

Founded: Stetson University, May, 1940. 

Colors: Green and Gold 

Flower: Talisman Rose 

Purpose: The purpose of Alpha Dexioma is to pro- 
mote democratic friendship and understanding 
among its members; to broaden the social, cul- 
tural, political, athletic, and religious life of its 
members and to assist them in every way pos- 
sible. 



ACTIVE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS 

SHIRLA SHAW President 

ADRIENNE THURMOND Vice-President 

ANNETTE WILCOX Corresponding Secretary 

MARILYN JOHNSON Treasurer 

CORA LEE GANDY Historian 

PATRICIA SNOWDEN Chaplain 

JOYCE PIXLEY Sergeant-at-Arms 

SHIRLEY ROGERS Social Chairman 

Connie Moody and Coreta Powell 

NOT PICTURED 

DELORES HARTSHORN Recording Secretary 



PLEDGES 

Lois Brewer, Velera Gates, Mary Connell, Lois 
Dann, Doris Drawdy, Geraldine Frederick, Delores 
Hancock, Barbara Margraves, Rosamond Heathcoe, 
Martha Ann Howard, Gabriela Molina, Mary Edna 
Parker, Barbara Pence, Dot Wamble, Mary Carol 
West, Savilla Young. 

NOT PICTURED 
Suzanne Blow, Donna Jean Newcomer 






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Clark 



Clark 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES R. HILLMAN President 

GLENN W. MARTIN Vice-President 

JULIAN G. CLARK Secretary 

EDWARD A. BROWN, J?> Treasurer 

ALEX D. FINCH Tyler 

RICHARD E. CLARK Chaplain 




ADELPHD S 



The purpose of the Adelphos Society is to continue 
Masonic fellowship in keeping with the tenents of Free Ma- 
sonry, furtherance in Masonic education, greater Masonic 
services, charitable endeavors that ore worthy, and perfec- 
tion of degree teams in all Masonic work. 

The most important service of the Adelphos Society is to 
receive and aid oil DeMolays enrolled at John B. Stetson 
University until they are eligible for membership in a Blue 
Lodge. 



J. OIlie Edmunds 
William R. Arthur 



Leonard J. Curtis 
Lemuel A. Haslup 



HONORARY 

MEMBERS 

NOT PICTURED 

Robert L. Allen 
Gus J. Dekle 
Frank L. Rogers 
S. E. Simpson 
Francis P. Williams 
H. A. Windhorst 
W. N. Wrightman 
Harvey L. Wynn 




FIRST ROW: A. Leon App, Isaac F. Bonlfay, Samuel W. Bosfick, Richard C. Brand, J. Ray Cable, Ralph Harper. 
SECOND ROW: Carl H. Jahnson, Gilbert L. Lycan, Loder L. Potterson, John T. Rhett, Horry L. Taylor, 0. L. 
Walker. 



SOCIETY 



FIRST ROW: Nathan C. Bobroff, J. C. Bodiford, Mack N. Cleveland, Jr., James H. Dixon, Jr., Ronald J. Fruda, 
Sam Goodfriend, Arthur J. Gront. SECOND ROW: Walker S. Green, Odis M. Henderson, Roger Jacobs, A. E. 
Jones, Jr., William H. O'Connor, Robert E. Pierce, John C. Reed. THIRD ROW Ben Seegers, Ben Sidwell, 
Allen B. Smith, M. F. Stiling, J. E. Waddell, Robert W. Wilson, John R. Woods, Condie I. Lewis. 



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OFFICERS 

JACK WHITAKER President 

LARRY BOTTOM Secretary 

BOB DOTY Treosurer 



MEMBERS 

FIRST ROW: Clarence Hughes, George Ossorio, Marty Rossi, Al Soppia, Bobby Marks, Bert Kurland. SECOND ROW; George 
Everett, Walt Joslnski, Neil Nelson, Charlie Broadway, Poul Odom, Ronald DeLillo. THIRD ROW Dove Laude, Don Martin, 
Guido Tambur, Spike Isroel, Wayne Lamb, Joe Roffoele. FOURTH ROW Willie Han, Jim King, Chuck Rhea, Andy Caldwell, 
Jock Whitoker, Tom Gibson. FIFTH ROW: Sonny Parrish, Frank Singletary, Buck Hendry, Fulmer Armstrong, Bill Johnson, 
Bob Doty. 

NOT PICTURED 

Larry Bottom, Gene Bowden, Bill Byrom, Kermit Coble, Donald Eokin, Ron Fazekas, Jerry Gallagher, Bob Holl, Harry Hons- 
burger. Jack Hurley, Jim Jenkins, George Jochem, B. J. Leathers, Rod Lonsinger, Bill Meeks, Walt Nichols, Clarence Palmer, 
Pete Peterson, Del Reinke, Bob Schmidt, Corl Simmons, Merrill Smith, Lew Treen, Jim Yonge. 







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CHEERLEADERS 



Kenny Hanson 



Buzz Johnson 
Marcia Burris 



Ernie Carlton 
Skip Eddings 



Gere Howard 
Barbara Rutter 



HATTER PEP BAND 



Howard Gold 


Pete Randall 


Ross Kenna 


Elwyn Brown 


J. T. Owens 


Jack Holt 


Carl Vollrath 


Richard Higgins 


Ernest Cowley 


Roger Dancz 


John Loner 


Don Yrxley 


Peter Bukur 


John DeYoung 


Howard Schmock 


Howard Lyster 


Gary Crawford 


John McCorkle 


Ray Moeller 







Dick and Jeanne 



THE LIT 



THE LIT STAFF 

Associate Editors DICK KALE, JEANNE VAN DORN 

Assistant Editor SANDRA SKEENE 

Art Editor PAUL T. MocALESTER 

Assistant Art Editor LEE NETZORG 

Editorial Staff AUSTIN CADWELL, ROLAND CAZER, 

ROBERT MAUK, PAT WARD 

Stoff Photographer J. C. SQUIRES 

Exchange Editor JACK KERZNER 

Faculty Advisor DR JOHN HICKS 



The LIT, formerly the STETSON QUARTERLY, is the student literary 
magazine of the University, 

Like Harvey, the well-known invisible rabbit, the magazine was not to be 
seen for a while, but with renewed student interest it made its comeback 
during the winter quarter, bearing its new title. 

The LIT presents original prose, poetry, and illustrations by those students 
whose work is considered worthy by Dr. Hicks and the editors. 



Dr. John Hicks 
Ray 



Sandy 
Bob 



Paul 

Austin 



Lee 
Pat 



Roland 
Jock 




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They had to smile — the editor was looking on. 



THE 19 51 

STAFF 

Editor GLORIA KLINE 

Managing Editors: 

Colleges BARBARA PHILLIPS 

Business MARCIA TARBERT 

Law JULIAN MURPHY 

Liberal Arts ULILLA TREON 

Music CARLTON CARTER 

Greeks JUNE COSSIN 

CAROLYN DANIEL 
ED NEWTON 

Athletics JOE CARLTON 

JACK GRIFFITH 
BILL SCRANTON 

Organizations CAROLYN COLE 

BOB MAUK 

JEAN GAILBREATH 

JOAN GARRISON 

Activities JANE JACKSON 

FARRAR SCHULTZ 

Photography JOANNE KINSLOE 

Staff Photographers . . . BARBARA JEAN SMITH 

BOB DOTY 



Carlton 




HATTER 



STAFF ASSISTANTS 



Bette Brewin 
Austin Codwell 
OIlie Campbell 
Joyce Carmen 
Candy Cresse 
Mary Katherine Foster 
Delores Gray 
Charles Hillman 



Dorothy Ann Johnson 

Mine Kingston 

Wayne Oeffler 

Nancy Peters 

Jane Poole 

Judy Porter 

Paula Schwartz 

Curtis Wilcox 





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THE BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager KEN BERRY 

Assistant ELBERT SMITH 

Secretaries BARBARA BROCK, NANCY BRENNER, 

BARBARA JO LANNOM 



PHOTOGRAPHERS-EYE VIEW OF THE STAFF 

They've gone in circles so long that stroight lines mal<e them dizzy. 







HOMER COOKSEY 

Business Manager 



JIMMY JORDAN 

Editor 



BARBARA BRUNDAGE 

Managing Editor 



THE STET5DN REPORTER 



FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 



Jimmy Jordan, Editor-in-Chief 
Barbara Brundage, Managing Editor 

A. Homer Cooksey, Business Manager 

F. A. Green, Associate Editor 



Published every Friday during the school year (except 
holidays and examination weeks) by and for the students of 
John B. Stetson University at the University Print Shop. 



News Editors: June Cossin and Pat Merritt; Sports Editors: 
Joe Carlton; Society Editor, Robin Hooper; Drama Editor, 
Dick Kale; Religion Editor, Ona Barfield; Music Editor, Roger 
Dancz; Assistant Sports Editors: Jack Griffith, Bill Scranton; 
Staff Artist, Paul MacAlester; Circulation Managers, Mine 
Rose Kingston and Andy Wills; Reporters, Tom Mahaffey, 
Boerner Butts, Joanne St. John, Barbara Bailey, Joan Mace, 
Paula Swartz, Carolyn Cole, Ken Wing, Dorothy Johnson, 
Mary Foster, Becky Cavarnos, Forrar Schultz, and Jeanne 
Maxcy. 

Advertising Staff: Sue Bailey, Alice Cole, Laura Ford, Jane 
Poole, Pat Robinson, Joan Slack. 




QUARTER NOTES 
By Roger Dancz 



HATTER CHATTER 
By Robin Hooper 



Back in the print shop with 
Johnny 





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Lt. Col. Isaac F. Bonifay 

P. M. S. & T. 



Lt. Col. John R. Palmer 

Assistant P. M. 5. & T. 



CADET OFFICERS AND 
SPONSORS 

Rosemary Wetherlngton, Cadet \.t. 
Col. Philip Ashobrauer; Joanne St. 
John, Cadet Capt. Lemuel Thomas; 
Sue Wilson, Cadet Copt. Clarence 
Griffis; Margie Brooks, Cadet Major 
George Horth; Shirley Stokes, Cadet 
Copt. Richard Spencer. 




SFC. Samuel W. Bostick 



Sgt. Eirvin M. DeWitt, Jr. Sgt. J. C. Meochun 



M/Sgt. Condie I. Lewis 





BATTALION STAFF 



INSPECTION 



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Cadet 2nd Lt. Aubrey Burns 

First Platoon Leader 
Cadet 2nd Lt. Gabriel George 

Second Platoon Leader 
Cadet 1st Lt. Laurier Beard 

Executive Officer 

Cadet 2nd Lt. James Jordan 

Third Platoon Leader 



Cadet Copt Richard Spencer 

Cadet 2nd Lt. John Scolt 

Second Platoon Leoder 

Codet 2nd Lt. Kenneth Berry 

First Platoon Leader 

Cadet 1st Lt. James Carter 

Executive Officer 

Cadet 2nd Lt. Wm. Whitaker 

Third Platoon Leader 



COMPANY 



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First Sergeant: M/Sgt. Joe T. Martin 

Company Supply Sergeant: SFC. Julius G, Petruska 

Guidon Bearer: Cpl. Bob Scott 



COMPANY ''B' 

First Sergeant: M, Sgt. Carl Gaffe 
Company Supply Sergeant: SFC. Cecil Boyd 
Guidon Bearer: Cpl. D. C. Gatch 



First Platoon: M, Sgt. Noell Gilbert 
Platoon Guide: SFC: Donald Martin 

FIRST SQUAD. SFC. Malcolm Stephens, Lambert Constantine, 
Ronald DeLilla, Charles Anderson, Harry Evertz, Richard Lassiter, 
Tom LeClere, Sgt. Don Noell. 

SECOND SQUAD: SFC. Albert Ainsworth, Eugene Bivings, Jack 
Griffith, William Han, Richard Herble, Jerry Hopkins, Jack Kern, 
Sgt. James Russell. 

THIRD SQUAD: SFC. Jack Collins, Richard Hurley, James 
Nance, Rod Lonsinaer, Kenneth Mcintosh, Al Sappio, Solvotore 
Manfre, Sgt. Cecil Davis. 

Second Platoon: M Sgt. Jack Carl 
Platoon Guide: SFC. Adrian Andrews 

FIRST SQUAD: SFC. Carl Jackson, Jack Oksnee, Tony Samarkos, 
John Smith, William Scranton, Ben Singletary, James Taveniere, 
Sgt. Charles Williams. 

SECOND SQUAD: SFC. Gene Hill, Robert Steffins, James Wat- 
son, Larry Bottom, Calhoun Byrd, John Hunt, Sgt. Eugene Sheffield. 

THIRD SQUAD: SFC. Carroll Lewis, Billy Joe Leathers, Roger 
Dolson, Ronald Fabekas, Thomas Gold, James King, Stanley 
Brumley, Sgt. Roy Kennington. 



First Platoon: M/Sgt. Charles Hilty 
Platoon Guide: SFC. Robert Huffman 

FIRST SQUAD: SFC. John Clausen, William Wilcox, Stafford 
Wing, Spencer Wonton l°rry Gallagher, Charles Nelson, Richard 
Reinking, Sgt. Ed Hatfield. 

SECOND SQUAD: SFC. John Hodges, Bruce Clary, Richard 
Evans, Alfred Daub, Theodore Heisig, Richard Ellsworthy, Donald 
Johnson, Sgt. John Imand. 

THIRD SQUAD: Clarence Hughes, John Magruder, George 
Painter, Charles Gobrieison, Billy Griffith, Kenneth Blakeslee, 
Sgt. Melvin Smith. 

Second Platoon: M/Sgt. Fronk Fernandez 
Platoon Guide: SFC. Robert Doty 

FIRST SQUAD: SFC. Wallace Grissett, Gene Hunt, Walter 
Jasinski, Robert Jenson, Kenneth Wing, Kenneth Mortin, Sgt. 
Joseph Bailey. 

SECOND SQUAD: SFC. Odis Henderson, Kenton Harrison, Gar- 
rett Quick, Charles Rea, William Byrom, Charles Harris, Sgt. 
James Diffin. 

THIRD SQUAD: SFC. Sylvan Davis, BIymn Reider, Merfon 
Reddick, Delbert Reinke, George Jochem, Robert Mathews, Sgt. 
Edward Drury. 



Third Platoon: M/Sgt. Don Jorrell 
Platoon Guide: SFC. Edward McCloran 

FIRST SQUAD: SFC. James Seymour, Cecil Holley, William 
Johnson, Charles Lowatt, Tom Mahoffey, Fred Mouk, Dan Mann, 
Sgt. William Tomlinson. 

SECOND SQUAD: SFC Isham Anderson, David Jackson, Arvid 
Peterson, Charles Powers, Donald Richardson, Horry Rutledge, 
John Schooley, Sgt. Eugene Plott. 

THIRD SQUAD: SFC. Sol Israel, Edward Stephany, Richard 
Toole, George Schrieffer, Guido Tambur, Robert Levine, Sgt. 
Vincent Stodnick. 



Third Platoon: M/Sgt. Harry Honsberger 
Platoon Guide: SFC. Fred Beighley 

FIRST SQUAD: SFC. William Hyde, Micheal Torbo, Biarne 
Anderson, Edward A'-mstrong, Oliver Campbell, Bill Rice, Richard 
Pellicer, Sgt. John Dame. 

SECOND SQUAD: SFC. Robert Chastain, Thomas Gibson, Robert 
Marks, Joseph McLeod, Ulmer Parrish, Dave Laude, Theodore 
Helton, Sgt. Houston Best. 

THIRD SQUAD: SFC. Francis Green, John Wilson, Paul Lee, 
Paul DeMez, William Jackson, Louis Farr, Philip Jochem, Sgt. 
Martin Averman. 



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The Hatter presents those selected by the 
student body for recognition as having reached 
the highest achievement in their respective 
fields. Unless otherwise designated, these 
pictures were made in Alumnus Dick Pope's 
Cypress Gardens by Bob Eastman. 



ROGER DANCZ 



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campus life 



HARRY HURST 





athletics 



GRACE LENZYCK 

Photo by Horace Heley 




CHARLIE BROADWAY 

Photo by Horace Heley 




PAUL MacALESTER 



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BETTY LAND 



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theatre 




JAMES DAVIS 



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activities 




WAYNE OEFFLER 



student 
QDvernment 




student 
putilicatinns 




PAT ROBERTS 

Photo by Horace Heley 



JAMES JORDAN 

Photo by Trammel Pickett 



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VIRGINIA LEE CULBRETH 




GEORGE EVERETT 



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BILL BIRNBAUM 




EARL COMPTON 



JUNE COSSIN 




VIRGINiALEE CULBRETH 





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SHIRLA SHAW 



The highest honor given to any student 
at Stetson University is that of being 
chosen as a nominee for Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges. A student-faculty 
committee made the list of prospective 
nominees and submitted those names to 
the Academic Committee for the final 
selection. The Hatter extends his con- 
gratulations to Stetson's Who's Who. 






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"Stetson Sparks 

at the Half-Century 

Mark" 



1950 
HOMECOMING 



Homecoming was wonderful I But 
then Stetson Homecoming olways is. 
The alumni turned out in droves (1) 
and the barbecue was a delicious suc- 
cess (2) in spite of a few spatters 
of rain and a sudden falling of the 
thermometer. 

This is part of the parade of deco- 
rated floats (6). And oh! the work 
that went into those floats and other 
decorations (2). The judges sot in 
style on the reviewing stand while 
the rest of us ordinary folk stood on 
our aching feet and clapped for the 
float of our choice. Pi Phi (11), Sig 
Ep (12), and Sigma Nu (13) were the 
lucky winners. 

The game was great, too. Espe- 
cially OS we won. Our sponsors looked 
lovely and handsome, respectively, 
and of course Maggie and Jack were 
tops as mayor and hostess. 

The great day ended in a fitting 
manner. Who could ask for more 
than Q handsome escort and the mu- 
sic of Charlie Spivak. 

The Women's Council hit a new 
high with special 1 A.M. permissions, 
and by that time the most anyone 
could do was smile and murmur, 
"Good-night. It was wonderful" — 
that is about the best word for it, 
too. Stetson really sparked at Home- 
coming. 

Carolyn Cole 




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THE CITY OF DeLAND 

and 

DeLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

Offer 

Congratulations to the Graduating Class 

of 

STETSON UNIVERSITY 

DeLand is located in the ridge section of east Central Florida, 1 10 miles 
south of Jacksonville, four miles east to the picturesque St. Johns 
River, famous for its black bass fishing, and twenty-two miles to the 
renowned beaches of the Atlantic seaboard. Being centrally located 
practically every point of interest in the state may be visited within 
one day's drive. 

DeLand enjoys a delightful year-round climate. There is scarcely a 
day that the sun does not shine, sending forth its ultra-violet rays. 
Children grow strong and sun-tanned, the older people add years to 
their life's span. DeLand is a beautiful city, appealing to those of 
educational and cultural background. It is a friendly city — a city 
you will like. 



For Information About DeLand Please Write 



CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 



DELAND, FLORIDA 



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Central Florida's 



Oldest and Finest 



Store 






Get Those 

FINE SANDWICHES AND MILK SHAKES 



SHAWHAN'S 

PHONE 1027 
116 E. RICH 









LAUNDERETTE 



DELAND 



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ONE AND TWO DAY DRY CLEANING 



108 West Rich Ave. 



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GIBBS 



YOUR STORE 



Ladies' and Children's Ready -to-Y/ ear 
and Shoes 

PHONE 240 



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BETTY DREKA SHOP 

Where Stetson Styles Are Molded 



S. BLVD. 



DE LAND, FLORIDA 



Congratulations . . . 

Graduates of the Class of '51 

No matter where the path may lead, 
please accept our best wishes for a 
future full of happiness, prosperity and 
continued good fortune. 

FLORIDA BANK 
AT DE LAND 



Member: 



Florida National Group 

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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ALABAMA ENGRAVING CO, 



Birmingham 



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for Quality and Thrift . . . 



SUPER MARKETS 

and FOOD STORES 

of Florida 



Compliments of 

CLIFTON BROTHERS 

— BUICK DEALERS — 
New and Used Cars 



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Phone 635 



TOUCHTON DRUG CO. 

"Where Good Friends Meet" 



100 S. Boulevard 



DeLcnd 



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DIXON'S 



Your Store for — 

• Art Supplies 

• Greeting Cards 

• Stationery 

• School Supplies 

113 N. Blvd 



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JESS MATH AS 



CLERK CIRCUIT COURT 



DeLand I 



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"m STETSON 6^ ^f^mcC 

... a man's hat — a hat that really goes to a man's head 



MORE PEOPLE WEAR STETSON HATS THAN ANY OTHER BRAND. 

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to the 

CLASS of 1951 



WALTER MANN 



PENNErS No. 1 job is 



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SUPPLYING STETSON STUDENTS 
FOR OVER 
27 YEARS 

ALLEN WHITE CO. 

DELAND, FLORIDA 



Congratulations Seniors - - - - on your achievements to date 

Especially to those who hove visited us we want to extend our 
best wishes through the coming years — Ruby & Paul 

GEORGIE BOY'S 

STETSON'S MEETING PLACE OFF THE CAMPUS 



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OUR SPECIALTY 

Reservations and Trips for 

Stetson Students 

No Charge — Prompt Service 

LANIER TRAVEL SERVICE 



222 N BLVD. 



PHONE 815 



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Phone 865 






Volusia Pharmacy 



A Walgreen Agency 






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Modern Soda Fountain 



Compliments of 



Allen-Summerhill 


Funeral 


Home 




J. E. SUMMERHILL, Funeral Director 


Phone 62 




24-Hour Ambulance 


Service 


Established 1877 




126 East New York Ave. 


DeLand, Fla. 







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Atlantic Ice 
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PHONE 875 



BETTER REFRIGERATION 
AT LOWER COST 



See the New . . . 
AIR CONDITIONED 
ICE REFRIGERATOR 

Picnic Chests - Beverage Chests - Cold Boxes 
Ice Cream Freezers - Water Coolers 



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STOUDENMIRE'S 
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FRIERSON'S 

On the Boulevard 

You Can Be Sure If It's — 
WESTINGHOUSE 









BILL HOLLER MOTOR SALES 

CHEVROLET 

OLDSMOBILE 
CADILLAC 

"Quality Service Headquarters" 

Phone 694 - 695 550 South Boulevard 

DeLand, Florida 






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Compliments of: 



R. 0. HEARD, Agent 

Florida Greyhound Lines 



218 E. Ohio Ave. 



Telephone 746 












Compliments of 

F. N. DeHuy & Son 

JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS 
A Complete Repair Service 



139 N. Boulevard 



Telephone 270 



Compliments of 

T. & H. MOTORS 

KAISER-FRAZER 

and 

HENRY J. DEALER 



116 West Rich 



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THE BARNETT 
NATIONAL BANK 

"A Florida Landmark" 

DE LAND -JACKSONVILLE -AVON PARK 

COCOA -ST. AUGUSTINE 

Member Federal Reserve System 

and 

F.D.I.C. 



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AFTER You Finish School 

WHAT? 

What are you going to do? 
What are you going to be? 




Have You Considered 
Food Retailing? 




Food Retailing Offers You: 

Employment in one of the largest, most stable industries 
of our country. Work in pleasant surroundings, with 
alert, aggressive, progressive people. Food retailing is 
not monotonous; new scenes and situations develop 
daily. All jobs in retailing is not behind the counter. 
There ore department heads, supervisors, ossistant man- 
agers, buyers and other jobs which offer unusual oppor- 
tunity to those fitted and trained to fill them. 
Success in food retailing is o good success. Most of those 
at the top began at the bottom. Under war conditions, 
with a general shortage of workers, there is exceptional 
opportunity now in food retailing even tor high school 
girls and boys on a part-time basis. The experience ond 
training gained now will fit you to advance rapidly when 
you finish school and enter full time employment. 
If you are interested in making your success in Food 
Retailing, or even in spare time employment, write or 
apply to 

PERSONNEL MANAGER 

Winn & Lovett Grocery Co. 

BEAVER & BARNETT STS. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



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Orange Belt Pharmacy 

"Prescription Specialists" 

COMPLETE DRUG AND FOUNTAIN 
SERVICE 

Next to the Dreka Theatre Phone 555 





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Compliments of 

V. W. GOULD AGENCY 

REALTORS 

INSURORS 

— Since 1907 — 
201 N. Boulevard Phone 147 



WE'RE proud . . . that in our own simple way, 
we hove the privilege of serving the people 
of this community. 

We're proud . . . when we see whole families 
come in together . . . and when parents tell 
us, "I never have to worry when my child is 
in your theatre." 

We're proud . . . when we see our patrons 
with the smile of a grand time on every face, 
refreshed by o full measure of entertainment. 

We're proud ... of the contribution we make 
to the well-being of our town. 

We're proud . . . that our theatre is o com- 
munity center in every sense, at the call of 
every worthy cause. 

And we're proud of Hollywood and its serious 
men and women, devoting their ingenuity and 
energy to improving your entertainment. 

We're the proudest men in DeLand. 
We're the staff of your Athens Theatre. 







OUR HATS ARE OFF! 

TO THE CLASS OF '51 
May Success and Happiness be Theirs 

FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION 

J. G. GRAVLEE, District Manager 








Compliments of 



Eastland Apartment, Dedicated December 21, 1950. 
The Seminary now has 186 student apartments. 
STANDARD DEGREES OFFERED 

B.D., Th. M., and Th.D. B.R.E. and M.R.E. in 

in Theolog>- Religious Education and Mu 

Roland Q. Leavell, Th.D., D.D., President 
1220 Washington Avenue New Orleans 13, Louisian 



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Circs - Tabus - Charbert - Chen Yu - Peggy Sage 1 

Roger & Gallet - Guerlain - Old Spice ] 

Seaforth - Max Factor's - Coty 1 

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Houbigont - Chantilly - Richard Hudnut j 

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DREKA THEATRE 



HOME OWNED 



FLORIDA OPERATED 



— :— A TALGAR THEATRE — :— 

The Best Possible Entertainment at All Times 
OPEN 1:45 DAILY 



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ART SCHILLER 

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— Pete and Tom 

MORRIS RESTAURANT 

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• and the Latest in Books 

It's the 

Daytona Book Store 

"Buy Where Your Varsity Teams Buy" 



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